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VOL. 3, No. 33 s, 25 October, 1945


.. Headquarters of the Naval Air Operational Training Command

U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION AND NAVAL AIR TECHNICAL TRAINING CENTER, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA





. Big Navy. Day Program PlannedPOIHT :



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DROP TO NAVY DAY. ON, THE SEA ,AND IN THE _AIR President Gives OPEN HOUSE TO



AFfECT ABOUT z & Praise To NavyNavy BE HELD HERE;


: Day is a day on which
400 AT NASApproximately ; f f1i 4 the whole country can honor MANY DISPLAYSNAS
the four million young Americans
who served in the
Navy,
Jax will
'BOO additional Marine Corps and Coast Guard, join navy
enlisted personnel of NAS will become '" President Truman said In a establishments and civilial

eligible for discharge or release statement issued this week. groups throughout the worldin

to inactive duty on November "To them we owe our victoryin the celebration of the first
. 1 when the critical point score is the greatest naval war in his post-war Navy Day, to be held
dropped from 44 to 41 for men and "
+ tory he said. "For all
from 29 to 26 for Waves in most the sacrifice and toil which went Saturday, 27 October. The
rates, the NAS Jax Personnel of- into those achievements the Na- Navy Department has author

fice reported today. tion now has an opportunity to ized many of its fleet units to
An estimated 100 officers of say 'Well done.' return to Atlantic and Pacific

q. NAS Jax will become eligible un- The President said he hopedas coast ports to take part in
der their point reduction from 49 many vessels and planes as Navy activities
Day
to '46 for male commissioned and possible would be assigned to being
warrant officers (excepting naval many cities, and that they staged, and an ambitious pro
aviators), and from 35 to 32 for would be visited by the people gram is planned by Navy cen-

AVIATORS 'POINTS'CUT '. In pointing out that new ters in all parts of the country

Point scores of Naval Avia- crews and ships are training to Figuring prominently in
tors were drastically slashed In ,. relieve combat veterans, the the ceremonies will be members -
; -- President said it symbolizes not I
an ALNAV received yesterday of patriotic organizations J
Naval Aviators with rank ot only a determination to release
l-, ensign will need only 20 points these veterans but also the con and civilian groups.
for separation on 1 November, tinued importance of the Navy's First!! Navy Hay 1922
and oulcers of naval reserve in mission: "control of our sea ap- The first Navy Day ceremony
flight status with any rank oth- proaches and of the skies above was held 27 October 1922, under
er than ensign will need 39 them" sponsorship of the Navy League, a
points, which will be reduced to I I group of patriotic civilians, the
34 on 1 December and ::0 on 1 purpose being to commemorate the
January. Home-Front Vets anniversary of the day in 1775
when the Continental Congress received
female; officers, according to Lt To Wear RibbonsThe the first Navy bill providing
T. E. Ziegler special assistant to for the original United States

the Executive officer. "typewriter fighter" and Fleet. It is expected that this,

The approximate 300 enlisted others in the Navy who were behind year's anniversary, being held
personnel is only about 20 per cents shortly after the close of "struggle
;t. behind the are
,the number already dilichargedtrotn.NAS the men guns In which the Navy played so promi-
Jax under previous Al- entitled to some "fruit salad" of nent a role, wilt prove to be the

.Nava,', which Included the point their own, in accordance with two most elaborate one/of all.
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"J ,",. forlliu'a, fathers of three children, ALNAVS issued this week author As part of the NAS celebration,
;. & married Waves. As of last izing wearing of the American open house will be the order of the

';t. 'Friday. 1,544 had been discharged Navy Day Recalls Highlights Campaign ribbon and Victory day on Saturday, with the gates
ItS4 an additional 17 had become wide open for visitors between 1000
Eligible, according to Lt. (jg) M Medal ribbon. and 1600. Various special general
-'*'!Pechman} who under Lt. Comdr.: Of 170-Year Record At Sea Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast interest displays and demonstrations -
J. L. Rhodes, Personnel Officer, is I I Guard personnel who have served will be scheduled for the entertamment .
keeping records of personnel being --- honorably for one year within the and education of visi-
Celebration of Navy Day on 87 in newspapers limits of the U. S.
separated. ,picked up or from continentr' are tors, in a manner similar to the
181 Officers SeparatedThe October each year reminds the citizens their favorite radio commentators.Few now eligible for the American program in effect the
upon
number of officers already of this country that their people grasp its personal significance Campaign medal. Personel who sion of naval aviation's 32nd occa-anniversary -
separated is 487, according to CNA shores are protected from invasion to them or have adequate have served "at any time" duringthe celebration.
OpTra. The estimation of 100 be- and that their interests are guardedon conception of the resources and period beginning 7 December Local Features
coming: eligible on November 1 every one,of the seven seas, in effort required to keep a ship at 1941 and ending with a future date Outstanding sights on the
comes aJ a surprisingly low figure, every foreign port. This year, the sea or a plane in the air. are eligible for the Victory medal. day will be the parked bur
plane
;\ since it was thought many more marking of Navy Day takes special In the brief history that follows Appropriate instructions for the hibit on view near the operations ex-
. would have 46 points or better.Point' significance with the memory of re will be found a few of the high- issuance of the medal will be given tower, featuring the F6F, F4U
scores will drop again the cent victories, spectacular sea and lights in the growth of the Navy, at a later. date, according to PBY5A, SB2C and FM; the syn-
first of December, and again Jan- air battles, feats of individual hero a growth that has been short in ALNAV 352.Enlistment thetic devices display in buildings
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uary 1 for all except enlisted yeo- ism, years and long in experience. 141 and 158, for which competent
men, storekeepers, mailuen and The story of the growth of the OPtionsOf guides will be available to con-
classification specialists, who need United States Navy from a few During its brief, 170' 'ear long Years Offered duct the curious visitors through
44 points f discharge. Disbursing wooden ships to a tremendous, career, the United States Navy has the mysteries of pressure-chamber,
: storekeepers remain frozen. world-uide sea and air force about compiled a tradition packed, ac Effective immediately the terms: night flying devices, and the like;
Additional provisions for the release which it can truthfully be said that tion-stuffed record which would do of service for first enlistments and and the water survival demonstration -
., of naval aviators are expected it is more than a match for any credit to any of the world's oldestsea re-enlistment in the regular Navyare to be presented by the Physical
in an ALNAV to set at two, three, four, or six
.... prior November one power or combination of pow powers.Its Training Department between
1, If their points drop the ers that might be thrown against it fighting leaders-John Paul years, at the option of the man 1100, and 1145 in the new NATT
number of officers eligible for sep- makes interesting reading. How Jones, Thomas Truxton, Isaac concerned. The only exception to Cen indoor pool.
aration will be doubled, or perhaps did the present-day Navy get its Hull, Stephen Decatur, Edward 1 1I the rule is that applicants 17 years The training film, "This Is It,"
more it was estimated. start t Who was responsible Preble, James Lawrence, David old at time of enlistment may not will be shown in the Student Ofn
New Point Scores Many people Know their Navy only I Farragut, Chester Nimitz, William I II be signed up for a term which cers' auditorium on Saturday,
The formula for point scoring through glimpses offered in newsreels I Halsey, Marc Mitscher and its would extend past their twenty- Navy Day, beginning at 1200 as a
will be as follows: snatches of information I Continued on Page ThreeS I first birthday part of Navy Day observance at
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)(< I : n the Jacksonville Naval Air
IC" lt 3 Nov. 1 Dec 1 Jan. 1 Sta-
.tale 46 44 43 tion.For
.Y.male 32 30 29 I MedicolCommonds Are Changed the athletic-minded, tha
Medical 53 53 51 NAS colored football team will
Hospital Cops 46 44 43 clash with a team hailing from
Nurse Corps 35 35 33 Captain L. E. McDonald, NAO- Captain John J. Galley, (MC) Edward Waters College of Jack-
ENLISTED TC staff medical officer, has replaced USNtfter; 35: years' naval service sonville at 1000 on the mat locatednear
Men 41 39 38 Captain E. E. Smith as 11 was relieved as Medical Officer in the intersection ofYorktownand :
Command of the U. S. Naval Hospital Mustin Roads. In
Waves 26 24 23 senior medical officer of Mainside the after-
Dispensary. here yesterday morning by noon, at the Municipal Stadium
Captain Smith who headed the Captain Clarence J. Brown who in Jacksonville, the undefeated, un.
Fleet Mail Will Dispensary since March, 1941, is I has been commanding officer of a Continued on Page Seven
retiring and will make his homeat hospital in England. ------
Daytona Beach, Fla. Captain O'Malley plans to stayin
Be Stamped The new senior medical officer Florida for a while and later Navy Day GameYear's
is one of the few medical officers establish his permanent residence ;
m the Navy to wear the wings ofa in Washington, D. C. I
Jlegliuilng Oil Navy Jay, 27 naval aviator. He graduated with A social event was held at the Fealure '
October, mall from the fleet and Flight Class 91 at Pcnsacola in Officer's Club Tuesday from 1730
oversea bases ,,111 no longer be June, 1936.A to 1930, with Captain Robert J,
potttnurlied by a fleet post of- native of Anna, Texashe at- Vaughn, Executive Officer, actingas The feature home game of the .
fice number, but onre again Hill tended Simmons University at aide and introducing Captains NAS grid reason will be played
be name stamped. This will be Abilene Texas, graduating with a O'Malley and Brown to the guests, on Navy Day at the Jax Municipal -
the first use of such postmark- Bachelor of Science Degree in Captain O'Malley is ending a stadium Saturday, at 1130
lug stamps since ho start of 1921. After completing medical long and colorful Naval career. He when the station 1'llers risk
the war. school at Vanderbilt University at has had tours of duty aboard ev- their unbeaten, untied record t

A| Unit of the fleet which will Nashville, Tenn, he entered the ery type of naval vessel and seen against the invading Ft. Pierce
participate In the Navy Day Navy Medical Corps as a lieuten- .bI service in the Asiatic Fleet, Pacific Amphilts.!
"z' Celebration in U. S. ports are ant, junior grade, on 5 July 1928. + Fleet, Atlantic Fleet, and the Military personnel will be admitted -
\ being supplied in advance with He joined Destroyer Division 38 A3 I European Squadron.The without charge: and free
A the stamps for first day cancel medical officer and sailed to the : retiring medical head grad- transportation will be available .'
Asiatic Station. Remaining: with 1 uated in medicine from the College from the station
'" lation. Other fleet units will to the stadium ,
the Asiatic Fleet for 14 Months, ltd of Physicians and Surgeons, Link and '
return. For detail
be supplied,by the Post Office of in 1903, Aft- see ;
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pt Visited China, Japan the Philip.1 verslty Maryland Page 6.Ab .
j ; I at'llartolNlt. Continued On Page S 'fti 1 I : CAIT. L. E. MCDONALD 'l.Continued, On Case:; Seven
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Page Two JAX AIR NEWS 25 October, 1945




'Supply Officer


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SfVY1J PCLY VU. -

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con-ing lately about this businessof ,.

being in Uniform and it's not a'a 1frf;.

been the major falls from grace 1 .

that have caused 'the most com
: S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
motion on the local quarter-decks.

Rather, it's been the relatively minor I! After many years of a faithful

ones that have caused the and varied career with the Medical
4 .
open forums! So let's get down to Corps of the U. S. Navy our
commanding officer, Captain John
I brass tacks (or should we say ''J. O'Malley (MC) USN 1* being

brass insignia?) and air a few : placed on the retliedMint. He will

: views on the subject. be long remembered for his excellent

I work here, particularly for
Time was when we were in boot
a o'I his effort in making the Dtpend.E'nt's
Then would have
camp. we never
Hospital possible. The entire
dreamed of appearing a-shore staff extends to Captain and Mrs
I
without our hat and there were no O'Malley beet wishes for the fu

overseas caps there, (remember) I II I ture.

I firmly squared on our close clipped I I 1
I Married Nurses!! The great moment
hair, our lisle legs ending ini I) : .
that you have been wt/.ng; ..
sturdy flat heeled GI gunboats, j for has finally ui'rived. As a married -

i : our buttons all buttoned and our I woman's place is in the home

THE NA\VS NEWEST .FIGI1TEK THE F8F BEAKCAT, is 'ties firmly tied! And just shed a I I this realization will be _made. possible

already flying from the decks of carriers In the Pacific. Built by quiet tear for our bunk-room Captain: William L.l'atten. u&.N/, by the recent ALNAV from

Grumman Aircraft, the Bearcat bears a close kinship to the F6F : mates who drew duty In metropolitan Supply and Accounting Officer for BuPers whereby all married

Hellcat and the FM-2 Wildcat, but It is faster, more compact, and areas and who are still dress I I nurses may submit their resignations : .
more maneuverable than either of its predecessors. fng thus. NAS Jacksonville since 1 September I 1 November 1915.: Congratulations I

Light and high-powered, the new plane is driven by a single- No uniform 'was designed primarily r&)44&) was detached this week : and best wishes to you all

stage Pratt & Whitney Double Wasp engine for a sea level of over to be cute! Mainbocher and is reporting for duty as staff Staff of for future happiness.

400 miles per hour probably the fastest in the world at this altitude even in his gayest models could I Supply Officer on the
Fleet Atlantic
for a propeller-driven aircraft. It climbs over 5,000 feet a never be accused of designing for : Commander Fleet with, Reserve at While she was home on leave

minute with the aid of water injection and has an extreme range the Jr. Miss market. Our uniformwas I Va, headquarters Cupid shot his little arrow at one
under conditions of miles. conceived to be Norfolk
1,500
ferry as utilitarian j of our very popular nurses! Lt.
Equipped with four wing-mounted .50 caliber guns the Bearcat as possible and still as flattering! Until a successor to Captain Alice Conway (NC) USNR and Lt.

can also carry bombs or rockets or both on offensive missions. as possible to a multitude. of vary- Fatten reports aboard Comdr. ) Robert A. Davlin, USNR were
t jg
Combined in the new fighter are the best features of both Japanese ing feminine forms. Uniform Reg- ''I Henry H Karp will serve as Sup- joined in holy matrimony on 8 October

> and American fighters. In one airplane are the light weightand ulations were written to insureour ply and Accounting Officer. 1045, in Mass.
consequent excellent maneuverability and climb of Jap aircraft presenting a neat, wellgroomed The captain has had a long and
and the and of to the civilian varied naval career. A native of
high horsepower protective armor, toughness previous appearance pub-
Dan J, Zimmerman
Comdr.
has lic as well as to full Nashua, New Hampshire, he was Lt.
U. S. Navy fighters. The engine a military rating of 2,100 our length
horsepower and better than 2,800 with the aid of water injection. mirrors. ,Winchell carried a squibin appointed to the Naval Academyat ( MC) USNR was awarded wounds the
Heart Medal for
Md. from the Sec-
The F8F is about 3,000 pounds lighter than the F6}', and only his column recently re the two Annapolis Purple
ond District of New Hampshire in received as a result of enemy ac-
slightly heavier than the 1,350 'horsepower Wildcat. The engine WAC Lts. seen walking down 5th
I Area 7
June 1919. Graduating in the tion In the Asiatic-Pacific
turns a four-bladed Aero-Prop propeller. Ave. just after V-J Day wearing j I
'
class of 24 the ensign was August 1942.
is shorter ear-rings. Can't you just heat young
Wing span of the new Bearcat than that of either
assigned to duty as assistant to
the Hellcat or the Wildcat. This makes quick banks easy, and to- John Q Public and the servicemantoo arrivals aboard the station
the supply and disbursing officerof New
the and the of anti-blackout commenting, "Wimmin! Al-
gether with light weight use by pilots
the USS Pueblo In Septemberof this week are:
suits makes maneuverab.! Its ways said they never should 'a put
possible extreme .ty. smaller size Comdr. Harold Wood (MC)
the same year he reported to Lt.
'em in uniform! Only think of sil-
permits, putting more of them aboard carriers. Lt. John D. Olson () > -.
ly fool doo-dads! Wimmin!" the Navy Supply Depot at South I USNR, ,
--- -- --- Hefh1A.A A
Brooklyn, New York, and a month USNR, and Lt. jg) : l' -

If You're Buying A Farm Soon ?Now The frankly but(h'cut,| fellas was how not aboutit what later he was named assistant to I Thomas (NC) USNRDetached' '.,.

SecNav had in mind we're sure, the supply officer of the USS New ,61.
York He reported to the USS Arkansas I this week are;
when short-hair was decreed ,
in January, 1925. Later he Comdr. Charles D. Miller/Uifi) '
Better Sharpen A Pencil First but neither was a long flowingmane t
of bushy curls, which cer- joined Destroyer Division .45. and USNR. Lt. Comdr WilhaiftYAr:: ,; i
does to sailed to the Pacific for two and Thornhill < MC) USNR, Lt Comdr. I
tainly nothing enhance the
CNS-If jou're thinking of buy -- --the- Farm- --Credit- -- --Administration ---- trim lines of the blues or the one-half years duty in the Asiatic Dan J. Zimmerman (MC) U&"Jli? ,: '

ing a farm to settle down on when says theater.At and Lt, Comdr. Frank C. Meyer :
I "it would be a different story grays! Navy Regs, since time im-
they hand :you tltft slip of paper if you could buy a farm and memorial, have stated that all that time the Chinese Rev- (CEC) USNR released to the Sep
agreeto
and gold button, proceed with caution aration Center at Mainside for inactive -
olution was in full swing and his
pay for it with about 40 200- hands will be covered at all times
That is the advice of the pound hogs a jear. That's what when out of doors, and who are we ship, on patrol in the Yangtse River duty.
U. S. Department of Agriculture was fired by the revolu Lt. (jg) Margaret Van Patten
it would take by the way, if pork to try to change in three short upon
detached
Barthelemy (4W) USNR was -
According to a survey prepared was worth $6.82 a hundred and years a Navy tradition of generations tionists. No damage was done, and
15 October to the Sep
ty the I&E Division, ASF, some you had a $10,000 4% Federal Land ? Do we think that it's crick. later the ship evacuated American on
aration Center, Great Lakes, Illinois. -
fr.00,000 men in the Army plan to Bank loan for 344 ;3'ears." et to flaunt convention and brave missionaries who were trapped In .

go; back to the farm. Of this number Takes Cash On The Line the elements, on a day cold enoughfor the danger zones wits to Shanghai. .

many will go to farms they or But you don't borrow hogs to' a pjacket' with our throat While serving the Asiatic Entertainment.-
their families had before the war. for bared and our shirt collar out overo..UI' Fleet, he was promoted to lieutenant /
farm. It
takes
a
1900
pay mone3'j On the 26th of October at ,
But others plan to buy, and that'swhere and it's important to blues when our smarter, chic- junior grade.Returning there will be a Barbecue in the
the caution is necessary el' sister wears her collar firmly to the United States,
much money jour hogs are likely Grove followed by a dance in the
anchored and her tie tied ? Patten was ordered to duty in
,
trimly
Prices lor farm land, accordingto to bring so you can pay for that Auditorium for all Hospital Staff
And, do we believe that there'sone April, 1928, at the Boston
the Farm Credit Administration, farm. If pork brings ?13,10 a hundredweight Navy Waves, Corpsmen, and :Marine
single WAVE who Yard, Detached in 1931
January,
actually ,
enj03's
ate high right now. They are up as it did in 1944, it Guard. Uniform of the day will be
he to the
wearing a almost proceeded submarinebase
because of the soaring prices of would take about 21 hogs to meet chapeau costumes and masks, and from
constantly? at Coco Solo in the Canal Zoneas
farm productshen buying a mortgage payments, but when Think It over chums. It's nota I disbursing and commissary of- past expereinces there is' no better -
should deter- sells for fun than a masked ball. So
the
farm, purchaser pork $4 as it did during
sign of saltiness or an index ficer, Upon his return to the States
his income from his the I gals and break out in the
mine whether depression, it would require I guys
of individuality, leally, to be consciously for the second time, he entered the
produce, in "nol mal" times will 68 hogs to meet payments.The I out of uniform. It's an I Graduate School of Business Administration funniest gear you can find and join
over the cost of his inxestment. Farm" Credit Administration awful lot I at Harvard in the ball for an evening of really
the University
easier on nerves and -
This is especially the case If you thinks it is a good Idea to figure on the eye if we can face the Cambridge, Mass, in the hilarious merry-making of! Hallow-on that

expect<< to buy on credit. For, during sales on the basis of prices from world and the SP's in full uniform. summer of 1933 He completed the gruesome spooky night
'en.
the period between World War 1933 to 1940, which includes both And It's a good sign of our maturity course in June, 1935, and receiveda I

I and World War II, most of the I good and bad 'e8l's. You'll find intelligence and ingenuity Master's Degree in Business Ad Attention AlF Patients1!!!
resulted from that prices in March, 1944, ministration. While at the
farm foreclosures say If we can wear our uniform proudly unh'erlily Shades of Goblins!! There will
the purchase of property at inflated I I were twice those of that 7-year and the way it was meant to be he was promoted to lieu ten- be a weird variety of fates, masks

prices, on credit period. worn.O. ant
and costumes in the
Land Cost" I'p I Figiiit All Angle K. now! We'll get down off' His next assignment was aboard 31 October when the America
So, the thing to do is shop that soap box! I Continued
on Page Three Continued
on ..
From 1913 to 1920 prices of around for a property. Check water -
farm products rose 107'/r. according I supply
drainage roads electricity -
to the Farm Credit Admlnis-I telephone flood danger,

tration while land prices up I school bus, soil productivity, rainfall -

70%. Then farm products took a and the like. Then flg"* out

tumble, and in a few months fell I the normal expectation for your i

off 52r/ 'That meant that a man kind of farming in both good and

and his wife buying farm who bad years. Make allowances for

depended on a continuance of war- I drought and Lad breaks Checkon

time prices were out of luck. And local conditions with the coun-

as a matter of fact, farm ty agent, the National Farm Loan

ures jumped from 4 per foredos-I Association secretary treasurer

1919 to 17 per 1000 in and well-informed farmers nearby

reached) .A* peak of 30 per Figure out family expenses: cloth

1932. I ing, doctor and dental bills, groceries -

It seems reasonable to suppose, | church contributions, insurance

the farm experts go on, that the' and the like. Total expensesfor

return on agricultural productswill labor fertilizer, seed, machin-

drop after this war too. The ery, fuel, repairs improvements,

Army will reduce its purchasesin taxes, depreciation. and all the

fact, it has already started to rest.See

cut back. Civilian workers, who whether conservatively! figured .
had more money than ever before, your income will cover expenses ? ?w+p+-twv''rks

and worked up bigger appetites, and provide for payment of ";'

are faced with reduced Jnl'Jmes'l interest and principal on your lc aii. ? .*,"JNTfiO!)UCING THE MEN OF FIRE IIOU&E NO. S who proved to be the first group to::rA

It will jio longer be If you don't have to borrow to ;".!<&% contribution; tjj the station Community War Fund Drive. The news was announced yesterday b

feed our fighting allies, and devastated -1 buy a farm that's no reason id tpKfHiJc7arYftd, : S << 'i>*wtment, who serves as Community War Fund representative for the Fire

areas which were puce the squander jour capital on a roof t epartmeniWea'Fr't', l e'stir>:.e ,course, but it looks as though that greased-pole technique and fast

scene of combat will soon be pro- investment. f). movement when the fire bell) rlnjfs lovanottherlviasa No. 3 an poor people in other'departments 1

ducing wheat and beef. I All this may sound like a birsf-- ,' who go from one deck ladder, and whoasgeldomrhuthe and Navy

So if the familiar pattern i in followed nessrnan'a approach. to tilling tfle representatives are now hard at .",ork In departments, and it looks as if the Community War Fund

prices\ will) go down. ;New, soil. It is. Nowadays it has to be.I results will be pouring in any day roww th the race for second place taking the center of the'stage.r. '

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25 October, 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page Three



I PLANES, MEW, GUNS, SCHOOLS I

t Navy Highlights Are Recoiled --



Continued from rage One -- ""

. fighting ships ___ Ranger Bon t ish Isles, in France, and in Italj

Homme Richard. Constellation, What Do You But operations were exclusively!
land-based and
were limited almost -
Philadelphia. Chesapeake, Ease,
Ranger, Yorktown, Saratoga, Enterprise entirely to convoy protection -
KnowAnswers submarine patrol, and bombing -
; Franklin combined to
S raids on submarine bases.
beat back the threats when they;
came and to win the respect of ( on Page 5)) In 1921 a special body, known as

other -" the Bureau of Aeronautics, wa
:
sea powers. 'World ;
1. The Series
spotlight created Act of
The Navy air power, to which by an Congress under -
NAS Jax contributed SO much I the national sport basebal Rear Admiral W. A. Moffetl,
the five i Here's a good question about it its first Chief. The purpose of the
during past years begs
S In 1910. Sea power, backbone of In what cities are the following; new organization was to be responsible R''

the Navy during pre-airplane history baseball parks located-Comlske for the design, building M0g4 as
Park, Fenway Park, Sportsman1'Park fitting out and repair of all naval e
began in 1776 when the Con
Ebbets Field, Polo Grounds 1 and Marine Corps aircraft: in i a

.. tinental for Congress undertook to | 2. "A little learning is a dan, period of discovery and rapid expansion -
provide the first United States
gerous thing." Who first said this: the BuAer assignmen
sea-going Navy. At the same time, Alexander Pope, William Shakespeare was critical and all-important.
several States formed their
owi. Mark Twain, or Benjamin Perhaps the most important development !
navies
.,' composed mostly of makeshift
Franklin? '
of the betweei I
L period
gunboats.The
3. True or false ? :
decision to appropriate i : I Iamashing' wars was the airplane carrier, or
(a) A cyclotron is an atom
$100,000 for the construction and floating airdrome. In 1922, the<
machine. I collier Jupiter was converted to<
equipment of a naval force was; (b) Croatia is a section of Po carrier duty and renamed the<
made at the request of a military I
land the center of
long boundary; Langley. Six years later, two par
man named George Washington, :
disputes. i iI
battle-cruisers
tially completed ,
who sent a letter to the Continental -
What General General
I 4. replaced the Lexington and the Saratogi
Congress In which he deplores S. Patton Jr las
I George were transformed into carriers,
the total lack of naval strength week head of the famous Thin
as and joined the Fleet in 1928. It
The tiny Alfred and Columbus, I
T.
Army 1934 appeared the first United
two small merchantmen, were 5. A minaret is:
States naval vessel which had
commissioned within a month after ) An old-fashioned dance.b .
(a been designed and built as a carrier '
receipt of the letter, and became I ( ) A small table for books and This first true carrier was of "
the first in the Colonia
ships magazines I course, the famous Ranger, which
Navy, i (c) The tower of a mosque. turned in a brilliant record
The early American fleet of 45. i I 6. A Greek sculptor fell in love throughout World War II.

vessels was commanded by Esefc with a statue he made, a statue< i iI The air-cooled engine, retractable tp .j
I I
-e Hopkins who was made "Com'I which is said to .have come to life'' landing gear, and the substitution -- ti
mander in Chief of the Fleet" ir !' through the favor of the goddess :I of metal alloys for wood ir -_

1775 When he surrendered his I I Venus. Who was he ? I Ii I plane construction were a few ot i

command one year later, the conv i 7. A certain gas is exhaled bj I the other major advances perfected if

mission was not passed on, and ;, a/iimals as waste but utilized by during the period between wars f
for the remainder of the Revolutionary I plants. What Is it? Prior to the entrance of this

War the only commissioned j 8. What is the first name of the 'country into the war, the Navy .,.f

naval officers were captains and former Jap premier who shot himself Department saw the handwritingon I

- lieutenants. I I recently' as he was about tc the wall and persuaded Con- ,

Early Difficulties be arrested by U. S. Army officers r gres to authorize the expansion ol arZ
Following the war, the Continental near Tokyo* the'air force to 15,000 planes. Aft :

Navy disappeared, and by I 9. Abraham Lincoln, when running I er the Pearl Harbor attack, this ,
the year 1786, the United States for the U. S. Senate, held his figure was raised to 27,500.In '

had not one single armed vessel famous debates with: 1940, the training station at Pen I

sailing under the stars and stripes, (a) John Brown. sacola was tripled to permit train- :

With the increasing onslaughts of (b) Stephen! A. Douglas.c Ing of the pilots to fly the planes ,

pirates on our shipping, however,,, I ( ) Robert E. Lee. to come, and even larger schools'

and the necessity of paying trib 10. Which type of the two cor- were begun at Jacksonville, Miami -

ute money to strong sea-powers,,, month as head of the famous Third I and Corpus Christ! A goal M 1

the need for a navy began to be puscles of the blood destroy invading I 30,000 pilots each year was set,,, I' [

felt. On 27 March 1794, Congress germs? and 17 flight preparatory schools,,, I' "

passed an act providing for six -- ---- I' 90 war training service schools,,,

frigates to be commissioned for Harbor in 1941, we were taken by five pre-flight schools, 13 primary,,

I the express purpose of protecting surprise and unprepared, but the' and two intermediate traiMng I

I, our merchant. ships from Algerian'momentum already gathered was I schools were included in the pro

t pirates, and In the same year, the sufficient to stave off complete dis ,'visions to make the staggeringgoal I i

War Department took over the administration aster and enable us to gather a reality i

: of the Navy's busi men. ships, planes together for a Countless specialized activities ,
ness. This arrangement continued mighty effort which swept the Jap i iI were also necessitated by the sudden '
Fleet from the ocean and had already determination to have the ,
t until 21 May 1798, when Congress I \ .\
established the Office of Sec- leached the Jap homeland world's largest and best air forcein

i '. retary of the Navy and the Navy when the enemy surrendered unconditionally the space of a year or two. The
/ in August 1945. I division the naval '.
,
Department as we know it today photographic ,-
began to function under the guidance I Naval Aviation Traced. air transport service, the aerologi- .J

of Benjamin Stoddert, the Turning back to survey the cal service, the medical research I ..
first SecNav I Navys air force, which has advanced I division all were required in the

The new Navy received its baptismal hand in hand with the sur- vision I .. ., :' '., '",., < .'
'
fire in the quasi-war with face force since the year 1910, one I Sea-Air Navy \Mu .
France which extended from 1798 is struck with the steady progress ,I That all the visions and plans t, ,:" 'It,.,", "W, : ..,.." .
of unification apparent throughthe became realities is now a well- } t '
to 1801 played an active part in :
until both sea and air known fact. Names like Marshallind : .
the Mediterranean campaign years II III-- .. :::l1
Islands, Bougainville, .
against Tripolitan pirates, gained I arms have become one striking I Gilbert. '
Coral Sea, Midway, Solomons, Iwo'
world-wide respect in the War of ration. I II Jima Okinawa remaind us that \.C ,. i .. .><' -: x. ,' --S
1812 \
I i and combined the Navy carried through to final .', ", ': <.", .
ships ,-.r;
planes
it from sail to steam, campaigns 't::: !
As passed fruition. ...... .. .. ....-. .. ..t' .... ;
to execute great strategic ---" -<< -
the Navy made its contributionsIn :
been Through the 170 since .
the campaigns of the Mexican plans that would have years -
Impossible for one or the other to George Washington touched off .
War, and in the more peaceful
that resulted in the
conducted separately. the spark '
have
carried through by Com- III
project
naval aviation founding of the United States
birth of
I I The may i
of western
modore Perry, bringing be said to have occurred on 23 December : Navy, the record of growth has
civilization to the quaint people of
1910, when the Navy Department seen maintained. Vision, willing I
I
War Between the
In the
Japan. granted Lieut. T G, El- lands, and the unselfish service of
States, the usefulness of adequate lyson permission to learn to fly, i iI pillions of unknown people have

naval armament found an ideal under the guidance and at the expense kept the spark alive. Today, at the
proving ground, and the philosophical of tremendous war
I of the Glenn Curtiss Company final stage a
of the modern naval I
background since the Navy had no funds effort, we can look around us and ikL
concept. was defined. I or equipment for such activity. In see the result.Supply Z s

r.e-Ilirlh the sum of x _
the
following
year
It wasn't until 15 years later, In ,
to
appropriated coverall
(25,000 was
the administration of President Officer
to
aviation expenses. A far cry
Garfield, that the first step towarda
the past five years, when the Navy
rejuvenated Navy was taken. An vas ready and eager to spend an ([continued from Page Two

advisory board was appointed to estimated $27,000 for the training one of the new type destroyers the

.nalyze the needs of the Navy, and ,;I of each one of its pilots! In 1910 JSS McDonough, on a shakedown

were vehemently in fa- there: were no planes; in 1915 there i cruise to Europe. Then he joined
,
\or of a thorough rehabilitation of ,ere close to 50,000 of them on the USS Nokomis as supply officer

the existing structure And nine the line and ready to go.I on a two-year cruise of surveyingoff
years after that, Rear Admiral Alfred -irst Carrier landing the coast of Colombia He re-

Mahan put forward the precept I When Eugene Ely, a civilian pilot urned; in the winter of 1938 and

that sea power was responsible made the first successful takeff vas ordered to the Philadelphia

for the dominance of'any nation i > from the U,S.S. Birmingham Navy Yard Shortly thereafter he

; without it, no strength in relations it. Hampton Roads in the year vas upped to the rank of lleuten- '

with rival powers. As a result I L910, naval aviation, as we knowt i int-commander. Completing his y

of Mahan's great influence had begun, All that remained luty in the Friendly City, he wento

upon the formation of our naval ,I vas to expand, refine, develop, unit ( the Navy Yard New York, to

strategy, the seed was sown which the peak had been reached assist in fitting out the b.SS Yu.

resulted in the United States Navy with such tactical performances as I I ton: becoming her supply officer )I

achieving top position during and : vere recorded by Task Force 53md I when the was commissl med in .
immediately following World WarI. I by countless individual ships January, 1010! The Yuton plied I ."- .h. -- ---

But, the Washington Limitation and planes. I the North Atlantic, and In fv I FEW FOUR-U TTlm WORDS STAND FOR SO lTCII9' :

of Arms Treaty of 1922 caused i Ely made the first landing on a winter of 1911-42\ was at I, Iind.I TilE VUKD "XA\'\"." The tremendous organization of men, materials -

this country to scrap more than ship two months after his takeoff -,,I ___ x_ tools, and schools necessary to send one fighting ship or one

1,000,000 tons of combatant vessels. I when he came down on a spe- fighting plane Is greater than the sum of its parts, stands: for protection
I
;dally constructed flight deck Hospital Chatter and security to the nation to which we all look for protection

Only the arrival of Navyminded iboard the U.S.S. Pennsylvania and shelter. In the top picture, a carrier launches two of its
Franklin D. Roosevelt upon the I Jeut. ElI,'son took the first honors >ntinu<>d from Page Two heavy punchers while others stand ready on the flight deck. Next: ,
scene in 1933 saved in catapult take-off when, in led Cross will hold a masked cosotume
policy-making hauls the
a midshipman in training for his future career away on
from complete neglectE L912 he flew from an experiment- ball at 2000 for all patients
the Navy the
line of his tiny sailboat in preparation for a training span, theory
his To make it more interesting, the
inadequacy. Under spon- al pusher constructed by the Navyn
being that a man who learns his seamanship in a small boat will
ostesses from the Rainbow Girls
and training I .
IL building Washington.At be better able later to take over his duties on a Navy heavyweight.The .
masked and remaino
resulted in outbreak of Unit will come
which the time of the
r .. gram began of the shore station
third picture shows one guns jutting
2200 when there will be a
until
the re-establishment of a working World War I, Pensacola had grad.
toward the it's one of the thousand such that
ominously sea; guns
all hands.
challenges officers and aground general unmasking by
of meeting any sated 38 flying
Navy capable 'here will also be for the line our shores from Alaska to Florida. Below, is a glimpse of the
prizes
1 In 1910, for, instance, expansion I ; school had been establish.
small ttaininff boats lined at the Naval Academy Annapolis,
,
authorized the ed at Massachusetts Institute of bellt costume. So "fellas" be prepared up
programs( the for surprises when the girls Maryland. Training schools for all Navy jobs have proven their
tons of combatant I Technology' in Boston. During
of 1.325.000
Building'vessels.When I ourse of the war, 22 'naval air sh.w, their faces, and come on and worth during the war, and, the Navy continues its policy of trainlog

the Japs struck at Pearl stations were opened in, the Brit- Bally have fun!! men in its own schools, in its own way. \











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J11l.{ fWtrufs I NAVY INTERLUDE &

Editorial Offices "swi' ****7; tty&w &


Office of Public Information, Room S21 Tfeuxs, ondVieius f rrm&atbh
Administration Annex, Bldg. 954.
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Cemar. James F. Kelly, USNR, Editor p ..
The JAX AIR NEWS li publlkrted \\ at the U. S I Ir
Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida by the Office ol .
Futile Information at no expense to the government and In Chaplain Lucian A. Hebert
compliance with Seinav Circular Letter :! : May 1945: M
45-56hl1S
Copies are distributed free of chare: Naval All aoe We hear much today about freedom.
MMIon, the Naval Air Technical Training Center" lhHeadcjuarteit
of the Naval Air Operational Training Command Freedom of the press, freedom of speech,
Naval\ Auxiliary Air Station Cote springs, from fear are phrases that fall
r3.nt
Naval Auxiliary. Air Station Cecil Naval All freedom ,
Gunners' School, the U. S. Naval Hospital, the Naval Aux easily from the lips of the man in the street.
Air No. and the Naval ,
lllaiy Station Municipal 1 AuxlllaiyAir
!Station: Maypoil- Even many editors write a great deal about
and there is a great deal of
freedom yet
Rear Admiral Ralph E. Daxlson! I'SN ,
Chief of Naval Air Operational braining .A'a ignorance about that freedom about which
.
Captain Anthony R. Brady, USN y y, everybody is talking and for which hundredsof

Commanding Officer a thousands have given the supreme sacri-
Jacksonville Air Station
Natal r fice in this war. Freedom, to be worthy ofa r

Captain Commanding Ford N Taylor Officer, t'SN man, must be moral freedom and not the

Naval Air technical: Training Center physical freedom of the jungle Man to I be i

CM'Uln Clarence J. Brown (MC) Ut>K man must be under law. Freedom does not
U.Commanding S. Naval Hospital Officer ---'>. __. _' -.. .....'\ > .,.,'it_ mean the right to do as you please, but ,
MEN' OF A sqtlAUKON' takes time out for a stretch and blowon rather the right to do as you ought There 0\\
Colonel Martin j. Kelleher USMC (Ret.) a carrier flight deck, while dive bomber stands by. It was men
is such thing as absolute liberty. Libertyand
Commanding Officer like these who could remember that they were human beings be- no
Marine Barracks tween battles, that won the war. No kamikaze for themthey didn't freedom always implies relative restric-
Commander Edward b.. Dolecek USN need itJ! tion. If 1 am free from truth, 1 am subjectto

Naval Commanding Air Uunneis Officer behoof error ; if free from virtue, subject to vice j

When science proved the world round, it took '
Commander Commanding crank 1.Officer Coibln L'SN Day After TomorrowDay I away my liberty to believe it to be flat. When
Naval Auxiliary Air Station Uievn Cote Springs
God revealed His law, that revelation took
Commander Howard E. Born, USN after tomorrow 21 October 1945, will be Navy Day. away my liberty or freedom to do what the

Naval Auxlllaiy Commanding All :Station Officer Cecil Field On that day the entire nation will be reminded of a great law forbade. When God revealed a definite
.. .
Commander Salem-A.- 'Van Every Jr., USN air-sea fighting Navy. There will be newspaper headlines and religion, He took away my freedom to belong 'r

Naval Auxlllaiy Commanding Air :Mullon.Oftlcer Municipal No. 1 special radio programs. There will be much talk, some of it to any religion I might w isli. God's law takes

.. Commander John B. Huhn. CSNK= vague talk, about the part that the Navy played in winningthe away the liberty of divorce and remarriage.
Commanding Officer I Many states give their subjects the libertyto
Naval Auxlllaiv Air Station May'port war. I have it, but such is not the liberty of the

Lieut.! Cot William I. Kvans. USMC (Ret.) Housewives and school children will attend pageantsand Sons of God, but rather the liberty of refusal
Commanding Officer I r
Marine Aviation Detachment watch parades, and all the time few people will have a' of submission to God. A man can be free

The JAX AIR NEWS recedes Camp Newspaper Service coherent idea of what Navy Day actually celebrates, or what'': from God and be the servant of Satan, or be

t and>f credited Ship's matter Editorial prohibited Association without matetlal.peinilsslon Republication of CIsS the Navy actually is, for that matter. The days when the free from Satan and be the servant of God
War Depailment. :'J05: E. 42nd St., N,\.C., or SEA: Washington I Choose your liberty, but if you choose to
: :lD.: C. Republication of any other matter, U.[ S. Navy consisted of a few sturdy ships and whiskered }I
txcc-pt by service publications prohibited without abandon God, don't call your actions the actions
permission of Editor. JAX AIR NEWS. before-the-mast crews are long since gone. In their places I of a man, but call it by what it is, the

I have come world-wide land and sea bases, specialized ships, freedom of the jungle. Man is only free

Universal TrainingThe 'and an air fleet that roams the space above the seas. It's when he does what he ought : otherwise, he

Military I difficult to comprehend that the single word "Navy" can is a slave.

President's speech on the subject of universal stand for so much. Lucian A. Hebert.

military training for the youth of this The first -
country'l Navy Day was held shortly after the World
before assembled Congress last
delivered
War I emergency had been declared finished, in 1922.: : ]It was
is the strongest and most effective
government official concerning a vital public question sponsored then, as now, by the Navy League, an organizationof

that we have ever heard. patriotic, civilians, whose prime purpose is the securit3'and

Whether or not the Congressman or the radio 'I' defense of our country, and whose belief it is that the

listener agrees with the fundamental premise-_that I best way to achieve this security and this defense is by 1'l-dtd-lnnl *(>rr huprl,Ur.1,10 for !SviuUy, Oflobrr !8, 1MJ(

compulsory military training; for one year snould maintaining a strong Navy (1)7) Unix, i'ummunlon.JUS ,
males in this before I ( -Bilx :tier vice -Chllplaln H. L. Boooh
all they
of country
l
>c required Then, in 1922: : the Navy was about to be scrapped under 0930-NA'i"1'C! t'I\il'e--.hlil'laln| E. W. Andrew*, preat'iling -
.
reach the age of twenty is impossible to deny
the terms of the Naval Disaimament Conference. Now, in I II tW30-Sunda School for Children In the Small Chail.
President Truman's
the simple logic of proposal.This louo-l. S. 1'\al Hospital. Seixlce.
country's costly experiences in the past thirty .I 1913: the United States has at its command the greatest 1 11i-rlur pi caching ning W 01 ship-Chaplain. P. H. "'. Olander

years are largely wasted if they have not shattered fleet, the mightiest air force of any nation or combination of

some of the smugness and confidence in untried nations. Catholic ('bapell, MuHlai Road sad UlrnlBihan Liesse
UO-H> Mdi li
and natural wealth that formerly charac- OHJO-Mass.
strength
The date of
27 October selected
was as a fitting time for )9J0-Maas.
terized our thinking the observance because it marks the 11(JO-Ma.s
anniversary of the date
1700
Mats
Said the President: the basic reason for universal -
training is "to guarantee the freedom and safety when the Continental Congress received the first Navy Bill ChrUiU A.aUI"rlC'D!. Servieei! Miiilli geed aad Blrslfihsm.

of United States against any and all aggressors"'e providing for the original United States Fleet. L.lUr 1100---Small j chapel.
bay sushi Small Chapel tor.tr of Mn C. aid
? \\ cannot depend on our vigor and courage This year the occasion takes on special significance. We I nrlRiaah.I1I,
We must remember that leadership in have much I 1900-Mulual liltflint'ednuday).
alone to celebrate. We can remember the spectacular. Jewi.h Religious srrtiiri and *'HI.".hip Hours.
this taut world of the century's fifth decade brings I Fiiday 1S1: :>Sma11 Chapel* 'uUn' and Brrmtngharn
achievements of our ships and planes and men in the victory i iI Ma'lnklde. >
Peace is based I ,
with it many responsibilities Tuesday l\lt.l\JO-chaplalnl': Office NATTC
upon power as well as good deeds, and the admis- j I I just won. We can look around us at this sprawling naval air Tuesday NAffe, 1WJCh..pJ8h"' OUl lc.. Yellow water

sion is no evidence of lack of faith in the United station, and we can take pride in the planning and brainpower I'I'I First :Ihuisday of each' month 17UO-1830. Chsplaln'l 01Second -
I tire, NAAS Green Cote i
1
Nations Conference for International Organization i and sweat that made it possible. Ihuiiiday of each Spilngs.month 1630-1800. ReadingTM.rf

The reasoning goes like this: Never again can | It's up to the readers of this newspaper) and the other Thursday!' NAAS of Me each) palt.I month.. 1500-16.10.) Chapel JaX

this country depend upon an untrained citizenry as i 1130 million people in this country to remember that Navy I Note: No service In PBY Hangar Area
a latent force to save It from armed aggressors,
Day retains much more significance to them and to their
Isolation admittedlygone -
and, with our geographical
the one factor of time cannot save us again. J I I children than one or other of the other holidays and celebrations 1 P The Book Sh lf---J

The biennial military report just released by Gen- I j that appear on the calendar from time to time. Policies _

eral George C. Marshall covering the period from ( now in the making concerning the future of our Navy and Job and caieer information is of special

30 July 1943 to 30 July 1915 shows again and again our national defense will shape the future course of this j interest to those who are about to enter (
how narrow a margin separated us from total disaster : viliaii life. .
], country and of the world.Let's Following; are some of the boo
and how we were often saved by theenemy'sblunders available l at the Station Lihl'al'v.hkh

rather than our own strength. I pause a moment day after tomorrow to send a help you decide just what kind*of a job may you
Therefore, the alternative offered are these: we silent wish to Washington'here the lawmakers and the want.

can maintain a costly and large standing Army, I military men are now pondering the problem of this nation's I GOVKUXMKNT: JOBS AND HOW TO
Navy, and Air Force, or we can depend on a com- future
security. Let's the
forget past victories on this Navy GET THEM: by Spero and YOUR FEDERAL
paratively small professional armed force which I,I Dayessjiry., and pray for a future in which victories won't be nee- I CIVIL SERVICE by O'Krien and Marenbeijr
will be re-enforced by well-trained citizen reserve .
cover the field of ao\ernnient service. I'osi-
produced from a system of universal training. And *
_
__ tions available
I -- are described
to salary
as ,
the President reminds u? that universal trainingis
qualifications, ,duties and for 11(1-
not to be confused with conscription or selective Fable For opportunity
., TodayTnere vancement. Too, the whole Civil Service organization
sec > t ''ili I of h.ch are war- Ime measures.
is explained! in detail.
The post-war military organization is visualizedas once was a poor but ambitious boy so the l legend
a three-patt body consisting of 1. a small Army, goes, who made up) his mind early in life that he would have I Especially for \\'aves, CAREERS: IN"HUSINKSS

Navy, Marine Corps, 2. an organized national r success; power, and the admiration of everybody else in the FOR WOMEN bv Smedley andKobinson \

guard, and 3. a general reserve of all citizens who whole world. As he grew up, he did find some success, somepower I .lerkinjr; to describes all types of jobs from

have received basic military training and can be some admiration, but lie also rlisco\e'red that the important executive positions.:

called to war service by an Act of Congress. world is too big for one person: to conquer; he found. that Included are many stories of women whohate
r made
We believe in the President's proposal, and wer there were many things beyond his reach, and the knowledge \ a success of their cateer.If .

think that most service men and women will agree saddened him. lie decided to renounce everything he you have artistic talent you may bo

One year's military service for our sons is not par- could not have, and pretend that he didn't want it anyhow. "I interested in the information and sngg.

ticularly attractive to us but it's better than four can get along without wife, friend fortune," he told whoever tions given by lliogeleisen in (' : J
of service with the chance of COMMERCIAL
years war losing sons ART. Cartooning advertising -
"
would listen. ( I :
independent and I
am am
stryng.
to enemy bombs or bullets. That's! what the present i cover designing
,
and other specialties
proposals are designed to pi event. | Well the system worked pretty well for; this, Ambitious I in the field are discussed.many 1

And the time to install war-pieventlve measures boy who had become a man until one day he died as he had In TWENTY: CAREERS OF TOMOR-
evMh as Universal, military training ia now, w1t"rll
| lived without wife friend or fortune and ,lie would have
the military leaders, the military equipment and' now: Huff desenl.es flew fields that have
establishments are available, the national ntciou4-! been the most sin'prised one of all lo know that iiobody: (] been opened by recent discoveries and expe-
new le aroused! by memories of a war ordeaL I mourned.I his passing. limtnfs. '



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25 October 1945 JAX AIR NEWS Page Five

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Americans Learn
l Japanese


And Manage to Trap Japs MAINSIDE


Because the Navy taught Japanese -

1 / 1 1 in a hurry to a hand-picked 1--------- im- I
,
group of men, it was able to pickUP WELfARE
I invaluable information from The Navy's language experts
the unwary enemy time after time. proved to be so capable that after

I The average Jap believed that they had been on this duty for a
fly Jim Anderson, Y2cQiifitlon : < his difficult language was in itself few months, the language difficulty T.

: Do you think you 1 as good as code and In addition was no longer considered a
have learned anything In the j he had the habit of writing down major barrier in the successful
Navy that Mill be of advantage copious notes about everything he prosecution of the war. Many

t,) you as a civilian'S saw or did. Both of these failings stories of their work yet remainto
J. R. VESTY AMMlc. Alexandria cost him heavily when the Navy's be told. "I could cite the work

Bay. N. Y. experts got busy in the Pacific of one of our graduates who in a MAINSIDE MOVIES

Not as far as my rate. But for I battle zones. single day paid many times over
getting along with guys, meeting I the entire cost of the training THURSDAY
fellows and mixing with the crowd, When the war began, the Japs schools" C o m d r. Hindmarsh "THE FROZEN GHOST," a super-horror thriller with Lon Chaneyand
I have more education there thanin had at least 100,000 men who could stated "More important this of Boris Karloff. :Mason Field 1930.FRIDAY. '
anything else handle English for every Americanwho ficer's training as applied that day

knew Japanese. Realizing the have cut down the length of
I may
ROBERT GREEN", S2c, Lara- danger of this handicap Commander the war by a measurable period of ""SWING OUT SISTER," a musical comedy starring Rod Cameron,

vile Wyo. I A. T3. Hindmarsh USNR time and a significant number of Billie Burke and Arthur Treacher. Mason Field 1930.

I've learned to stay home. Wher- former Harvard professor, promptly American lives," he added. I
ever home is, that's the place to received approval on his plan I SUNDAY
stay. for Navy schools to teach oriental Not all Japs were able to read i "FALLEN ANGEL" starring Alice Faye. Stranded in a small _

I languages. I' English, however, and one of the town, and out of funds, a young man becomes interested in two

ROSEMARY HALPIN, Sic, Students were chosen with the most humorous incidents theNavy's women-a waitress and the mayor's daughter. On the night he marries

East Orange N. J. utmost care. At one time, only experts met occurred whena one for her money the other is murdered. By the time the crime \is!

How to get along with people! I :300 persons were chosen from 1500 I small Jap soldier came staggering solved and the young husband exonerated he realizes that he is In love
And the Navy did send me to applicants. No unusual or revolu out of the jungle bowed down with his bride and the marriage-of-convenience becomes a true mar
school but I doubt if I'll use the tionary method of teaching was i with a great weight of paper bun riage. Mason Field 1930.
'
training when I get out dles. It seemed he was anxiousto l
used; the course differed from ordinary I'
surrender, but didn't know MONDAY:
language training only in
I P. T. DeV Au ili N, ARM3c, San the calibre of students and the I which piece of paper was a surrender "SING YOUR WAY HOME." The experiences of an egotistical

Diego Calif. intensity of their work. I leaflet, so he brought every newspaper correspondent who agrees to take charge of a group of
I'm now a good housewife. piece of paper he could find on the young entertainers in order to get aboard the first steamer out of
learned how to wash my own In the battle areas, prisonerswere whole island! France after its liberation from the Nazi occupation. The jealousy of

I clothes. interviewed and all soits of __JC_ one of his charges lands him in the shadow of a Federal penitentiary,
notes, diaries, orders and leaflets I but all's well that ends well. Jack Haley and Anne Jeffreys are starred.

BOYCE D.PARKER. RM2c, were rapidly translated. Keepinga II Yank SquadronHad Mason Field, 1930.
Greenville S. C. diary was' not only allowed but I

I'm not from Potlatch, S. C., but I encouraged in the Japanese forces TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY
I'll answer anyway. I've learneda : and these frequently revealed details Big Punch "THE FIRST YANK INTO TOKYO." Assigned to an Importantand

lot of things about a lot of I about troops movements new dangerous: mission in Japan, an American ace (via plastic surgery -
thngs, but as far as my future I weapons the treatment of Allied Explanations as to why the Jap- I ), gives up his identity for the land he loves. The mission is como -
work goes. I have handled about I prisoners and general morale. anese merchant fleet disappeared o pleted but not without many thrilling experiences. Tom Neal and

the same job in the Navy as I did Since it was believed they couldn'tbe during the last months orthe war Barbara Hale are starred. Mason Field, 1930.
as a civilian read, even Jap military regulations I are readily found by consultation
I of the records made by such unitsas
and instruction books were -- ----

EILEfiN BARRETT, S2c, New carried to the front where they Patrol Bombing Squadron 109,
York City. were often found by advancing I recently revealed by the Navy De STUDENT OFFICERS

I've learned how to take care Allied forces I partment.
.
of my own clothes, anyhow.F. Prisoners almost invariably were I Squadron 109 sank 118 medium THumm.\Y.n DAY

willing to talk once they discovered or large enemy ships and dam- "GUEST WIFE," Don Ameche and Claudette Colbert 1930: ,
L. STEFFENS, AMM3c, Sac- they were not going to be aged 87 more in 61 days of com I ,

ramento, Calif. tortured. In addition, when they bat missions, averaging better SATURDAY .
I've learned a lot that I figure found themselves easily under than three ships a day, and the No Show.
will help me In the aeronautical Japs simply couldn't keep pace
stood some offered to act AS
Held which I'm going into in the i with this and similar United States!l lI SUNDAY
future.D. guides, to direct artillery fire, to I I combat records. "SWING OUT SISTER" Rod Cameron and Billie Burke. 1930.
make surrender pleas via recordWAVis'Will I
Flying its big PB4 Y-2 Privateers MONDAY-TUESDAY
B. REX, AMM3c Summitt, I I from bases in me Philippines, Iwo "
Have "FALLEN ANGEL, Alice Faye Dana Andrews 1930:
N. J. Jim, and Okinawa, the squadron
Some things might be to advantage I
Hallowe'en PicnicWeek ranged from Singapore to Shanghai WEDNESDAY

but don't think I'll use them of Oct. tVSI: and Shantung to Hokkaido in "SING YOUR WAY HOME" Jack Haley. Anne Jeffreys, 1930.
since: am not going into aviation' Thursday-18011-Niener( and mar_h- its searches for what was left o/ (For brief description see Mainside program.)
work.J. mallow road WAVKS: picnic area the enemy shipping until the orderto

In'hid it P.i'd.710. Fniertalnmcnl.ueata: cease attacks came on 13 Aug _____ .. u.____
C. TURNER, AMM3c, Rich- ust. In addition to its toll of ships,
Saturday JIM: UtlO Mainsidedance
Va.
TnonJ accounted for seven OTHER EVENTS
the squadron a
WAVKS: athletic mm.
Well. I feel about the same as ruder and inficted considerable
7'it. "Dancing (ItldC.,1 enemy planes
some others that what I'velearned Cukru.Sunday damage on enemy ground BOXING
in rate won't do much
my .
-Him-I'lip concertVAr:> objectives.One
good but the contact with other dull. Itl.le, 6U. (. For information regarding workouts call Lt. Rubino, Extension
fellows will.ROGER I requests appreciated.u.InVItf'd'l'l plane and crew were lost in r 593 or report to Malnside :Mat after 1500.CICEW'S .
action. Three other plane weredestroyed
.n"y19UI..ur.: "Mr. Wlnt.I"1 when suicide-bent Jap 1).ANCLThere
DODGER, S2<:. Potlatch 4c to War" with .: .
Robinson. unit Ted UonaliUnn, saboteurs crash-landed on Yontan will be a CREW'S DANCE on the tennis comb in the Wave
S. C.
It'll be pretty hard to back I WAVKs galley. KerrenhmenU, Airfield on Okinawa last May. i area (adjacent to building 720)) Saturday. 27 October, 20302300.: Music
go
to corn pone 'n molasses for vit- I gurnts intiled.' I II I ITueftdiiy _._ x. I' by the Station Band. In case of bad weather the dance will be

tals, but I figure Mrs. Dodger is -barrack 1730-'I.url.. night competition. volleyball -, '' San Francisco (CNS) Accumu- o cancelled. :

gonna see a big change in the way I W.\\ MS athletic mat, hid*, 7't1l I IWednediy I lated pay checks for the 6S Army SWIMMING
her acts more like a man held 3 I
Roger nurses who were prisoners
-1J30 Hallowe'en picnir. Officers-at Student Officers' Pool and Officers' Club Pool from
instead of a skeered kid just out "'.\VtOoI: picnic area F....d. I years in the Philippines averaged I I 0800, to 2200 daily Enlisted-pools 1 2 Mainside from 0800 to 2100
of grade school.Memorial I mimic, dancing, bingo, prltex, entertainment $6500 each before allotments to
x ___ L I Inn, fame out! -' families were subtracted. daily.
'
-- --- BOWLING
'--
Services --
I Six: alleys located In Mainside Recreation Building No. 3. Alleysare

Held by Chaplains"These OCTOBER SCENE open from 1000 to 2100 Monday thru Saturday and 1200 to 2100

... __ nL51t on Sunday. Instruction available by appointment.
men died for us, and it is'

for us to understand the meaning tiOI.l'

of the Ideals for which they gave j
their lives and to carry the torch Course open from 1000 to 2030 Monday thru Saturday and 030'( i'
I
they passed! on to us," Chaplain |: to 2030 on Sunday. Golf clubs and balls are available at Golf House.

Paul H. W. Olander new acting Free instruction to Naval personnel by appointment, call extension
J
Senior Chaplain told guests and 8157. Bathing trunks prohibited on golf couise.ANCHORAGE .

families of 27 Navy men who died i
'
In World War II, at Memorial "
Open daily to enlisted personnel (with Liberty Cards and uniformof
Services held in the NAS Chapels
the day), 1730 to 2130. Located south of Mason Field.
last Sunday. i
Memorial services for Jewish TENNIS

will be held tomorrow
I I Racquets and balls are available at the Physical Training BuiM-
al'erllonnd I.. J.
Chaplain Stillpaaa ing No, 726 and equipment rooms at Building No. 3 and on the MatArea
names of four men to I (corner of Mustin and Yorktown Roads: ),
\\Inor.1.. '
Service in the Protestant Chapel l I RECEPTION CENTER I

Sunday was conducted by Chaplain I
I Tie Reception Center, located in south wing of building No. 955
Edwin W. Andrews, who read
I U open to N.A.S. personnel and their guests from 1000 to 2200 daily.
of 13 i
names' men who gave theirlives i

at sea or in the air over the I BOATING AND SAILINGCall
sea. At the Catholic Mass said by
Chaplain! Terrence B. McMahon: at I I extension 623, Yard Craft Officer, for information.

men.Otf.'JO. prayers were said for six I Y,J If y a i UIIUAKY


j Located on second deck of Mainside Recrealion Building No. 3.
i i Open from OSOO' to 2100 Monday through Saturday and from 1200 to
Here Are TheAnsivers 2100 on Sunday ,


[ : PICNICS

Athletic gear available for picnics In Welfare Office, buildingNo.

(Question on Page :8)) 3.FISHING.

-. .
1. Chicago Boston, St. Louis; Fresh water casting rods, salt water and fresh water hand lines
and New York (in that '

Brooklyn, available in the Welfare Office, Building No.. 3. ,
order. I '.f!

2. Alexander Pope. VOLLKYKAL1., HADMINTON TOUCH FOOTItALL 'ii.
True, (Ib False, it .Is a
)
(a)
.Officer personnel previously scheduled for sports in the Auditor
dart of Jugoslavia. him are requested to meet at the gear issue room at noon daily for organized -
Gen. Lucian Truscott.: .
Lt.
activities. (Mainsidd Auditorium will be secured for re-decor.
I 5. (o) U correct. > I
ating until further notice. 'I'j
6. Pygmalion. The, statue was of I '

Galatea. -y"-" -,, _._-- '- EXCURSION | ,"I i ,
:"' '7. Carbon Dioxidi last. of! THE GRIN O.V TilE silly )Bumpkin' just won't' 'come off in this Silver Spring tickets, are available in, ittie,Welfare Office before 1:

8. 'Hideki. The I' name' Hallowe'en scene, but Who wouldn't, be grinning for being that close 1200 on Friday Cost of, ticket is $2.83 round trip., Buses leave Main

;course,' Is Tojo. I t<) movie cutie Banbara Bates. And about the reaction 6Ifthe four. gate at 0830 Sunday,and return to,the .AJrt Station. approximately; .
is correct. :
,,9. (b) Iegge1aek cat, draw your own conclusion, 22': ')). I I I h i < 1' I' I
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I' Fliers Battle Amphibs Saturday




; ; Clash UndefeatedNAS

I 'LUJACK TO POOL" FT. PIERCE AERIAL COMBINE = Between


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Rated Game Of Year HereBy


Hrh Warner, SpX)3c( ) JIb

I w r .rJt battle ot the year, as far as NAS and most ofJacksonville ..,

is concerned, will be waged at the Jax Municipal

'a- NS(. Stadium Saturday, starting at 1430, when the undefeatedand

untied Fliers meet the ferocious Ft. Pierce Navy Am-


phibs.The clash is a natural from start to finish, and off allindications

I .,, .it's anybody's ball game.
--- -- ...: Victorious in five .t>'eight

games, including a thrilling 13 to

,.. Tars Lose, 610In 6 triumph over Ft. Pierce there

two weeks ago, Coach Jim Tatum
.
classy Fliers are rated among the

Y t Flier TuneUpTuning top five teams in the national

service picture.

.. I up for their important But in the Amphibs. the Fliers .
meeting with the Ft Pierce Am- will be meeting a team that also
: ,1'' 7tT, phibs here this week, the hard- is ranked near the topa team "

i-oy' """'.. .* hitting NAS Fliers put on one of which last week humbled the pre
', ., '" '.. the best high scoring shows seen viously unbeaten Third Air Force
:
: in the Orange Bowl in many moons Gremlins of Tampa, 26 to 12.

J' when they battered the Miami Na- Johnny Lujack, a great parser
: ,< Vi val Training Center Tars, 61 to 0, who won fame at Notre Dame in .
'co., o.I,\ in the South Florida playground 1913, is the lad who has placed the

i .' 't Saturday night. Amphibs[ back in the limelight. Lu .
.
I If"j: the jack the Ft
The victory was the fifth of Joined Pierce team
; : season for'the unbeaten Filers and just three days before the game
: their second over the Miami eleven with the Fliers there on 13 Oct.

< The Fliers whipped the Tars He completed 10 of 15 passes in
\ 1' ,'!i ,t{ 135 to 6, in the initial meeting:;.here the bitterly contested tilt and the
J' .'I L&ONE k 'on 22 Sept. Fliers had to use every bit of offensive
.
t<. 1>. A. pair of touchdowns in the and defensive! power at
.
first quarter, three each in the their command to earn the 13 to
__m'_,_ ,- .- --.... n,__ _.. second and third periods and a final 6 victory,

OF TilE DEADLIEST passing combinations of the current grid season ,will menace the six-pointer in the last heat ac. Lujack was the big boy last
Fliers' perfect record Saturday when the NAS eleven meets the Ft. Fierce Amphibs at the Jax sta- counted for the 61 points againstthe Sunday at Tampa when the Am-

I dium. The Amphib aerial duo has Johnny Lujack, left, pitching, and Hamp Pool, right, catching. Tars, who were out of their phibs stunned the touted Gremlins -
Lujack, a versatile back, won fame at Notre Dame for his accurate passing. Pool, the Ft. Pierce class from the opening whistle to and with over two weeks
coach who starred for the Chicago Bears is one of the best pass snatching ends in the country. the closing gun. I of practice to work Into the Ft

All toj.rl, Coach Jim Tatum use d Merre "T attack, he will be the

TIGERS TO PLAY Seats For Service Personnel his entire squad of 50 players, and No. 1 man for the Flier to
10,800 watch
eight of the gridders scored touchdowns Saturday.
COLLEGE ELEVEN Lujack has plenty of help. Ft
Of the 15,000 seats at the Jax Municipal Stadium, 10,800111 be Quarterback Joe Brown Pierce is one of the few teams in
SATURDAY A. M. reserved for milltary"pereonnel when the NAS Fliers tangle with the the rout early in the opening started I these parts who can match the
Ft. Pierce Amphibs there Saturday afternoon, Lt. Comdr. Warren
Uy Paul Crosby, SpA)3c) period when he pounded over from Fifes star for star. In playing
McGuirk, NAS Physical Training Officer, has announced. Coach Hampton Pool
the Miami three-yard line after a formerly of
Hoping to bounce back from the The North Stands a section of the South Stands
7,000 capacity razzle-dazzle double lateral from the Chicago Bears, the Amphibs
12 to 7 trimming they received last and end zone bleachers uti held for service men and women on a Brown to Fullback Dick Frantz to have one of the greatest pas

Friday in Daytona Beach at the first come, first serve basis. All uniformed personnel will be admitted End Tommy Bishop went for 65 catching ends in the game today.
hands of the BethuneCookmanCollege free, as in the past, and they also may bring. members of their j'ards. Fullback Bob Teel of'the University
immediate family without charge. of Missouri is another out
eleven, the NAS Tigers, Free transportation also has been arranged to and from NAS Less than five minutes later, standing pass receiver.
Quarterback Art
station colored footballers, will and the slaU.um.; Buses will leave every few minutes from the cor- Guepe, who re- Stars in the
placed Brown, got loose Amphib forward
on a
meet the Edward Waters College ner of Muslin and Yorktown, starting at 1200 Saturday. tlashy 75-yard run for the second wall are Center Bill Godwin, a
Some 4,000 tickets, going for $1.50 to $2 50 ha\e been
team on the Mat field atifxm per copy tally. playing coach who was a standout
gridiron
placed on sale at two Jax stores, Duval Jewelry and Donaldson's. for the Georgia
____ Saturdav__,no n. The affair will be -- The other touchdowns were Orange and Bulldogs in the

celebration.staged as part of the Navy Day Two Marine Grid HAS I Netters Take scored singer Quarterback, Bishop by Halfback Red, End Harrison Russell Chuck, Peck Hun-Full-, Cliff fame; Heffelfinger Tackles Hose Bo Bowls of Cohenour Ohio; Guard,State one


Saturday's tussle will be the In- Teams back Charley Timmons, and Halfback of the greatest linesmen developedat

itial one for the Jacksonville col- Top LoopsThe Pair Of Victories Z. B. Thtgpen. Tom the Parry University, who was of Texas a standoutat and

aggregation, though Coach MF-OTU teams strengthened Thigpen went over twice, first Washington State; and End
"Jenkins outfit has played a prac- their leads in two leagues of The NAS tennis team earned two on M-yard jaunt and again on Jim Kietzman, another pass recelver
the Touch Football competitionand closely-contested victories 1& s t a five-yard plunge Hunsinger e who played at Colgate
tice game with the Jax All-Stars. into second in the scored from 17 yards out
slipped place Harrison The
week
defeating Lee Field, 3 to 2, speed .
Last year the Tigers split in two third of last week's results. went over from the five, and field boys in the ba on Wednesday, and knockingoffthe Timmons bucked In addition to Lujack, are
with Saturday's opponents, The Marine officers six-man out from the one.
Kalph Chubb
games ,
Cecil Field netsters for the Bishop and Peck tallied on a dazzling runner
fit moved well out in front of thefield pass
formerly of
the final of the sea- the
losing game 1lIchlgan01.
completions from
with seven consecutive wins, third straight time Friday, 5-4 Brown and verines
son, their only loss on an eight- against no losses. Guepe, respectively. The aerial to ; and Johnny \ardian,
C. D. Nelson took the numberone 160-pound scatback from Catholic -
Bishop covered 26"
yards and
schedule, to Edward Waters the
game By taking two games in the EM singles to start his team off toss to PecK ate up 40.Diiami'e High m Johnstown, Fa Oth-
of 15 to 13.
by a margin league, the MFOTU eleven remained er standout backs are Molt
In their second encounter with tied with A&R for the lead in right against Lee Field Little remote chances of scoring MasIlk of Ohio Mate, Dirk

Bethune-Cookman the Tigers failedto the Tues.-Thurs. circuit. Each club Joe Trosper followed in like man were shattered in the second d thatterton of Brigham Young,
period when Vic
vic- has marked up seven straight ner over Lt. (jg) Moyer, and J. Tars' Vaccaro, the Frank Mattingly of Texas A. A-
repeat their opening-game ace passer, was forced from
wins. Burns defeated Benedict in the I. who played with the Fliers in
tory, a 26-25 win, here. Playing In the Student Officer's league, singles. the game after being injured. 44, and AI n>ntnn of LouMann

their usual hard-driving game, the the AGO No. 1 team replaced the Fred Miller lost the No 3 joust Among the 50 Fliers who took State

Kier coached gridders failed to get Marines in the top position of the to Lt. Lyne of Lee III the only other hard-hitting part in the festivities gridders were three Against this array, the Fliers
standings.The singles match slated. who only
the breaks and wound up with Lyne and joined the squad last week: Fullback will match their own talented club
POW Guards rule the roostin Moyer paired,to defeat the Berke- composed of Center Walt Dubzin-
close to 100 yards against them in Timmons, who was
Floyd combine in the an outstanding
doubles
the Wed.-Fri. league with six givIng back ski of the Boston Yanks; Guards
penalties. Each time they threat- victories and no defeats. Lee Field its second match.Results back Vic Schwall at of Clemson Northwestern; Half Barney McGarry, Bill Klrkpatric

ened their opponent's goal, the LEAGUE STANDINGS of Cecil Field matches: and Tackle Harold Mayer, who, and Bill Jones; Tackles Ray Bra .

Tigers were set back because of OFFICERS' LEAGUE Singles played high school ball in Idaho and Leo Akin, both of the Chicago
(Admiral'. Cup Competition) Lt. Comdr. Behr (Jax) defeated Bears; End Tommy Biahop, Backs
some violation. At one point, when Team Won Loit APC Warfield, 6-3, 6-2. In addition to his touchdown, Joe Brown, Art Guepe, Bobby

they had reached the seven-yard MtOTU Operation 3US 7 0 Nelson (Jax) lost to Yantis, 6-3, Timmons place-kicked five extra Hanlon, Chuck Hunsinger, Dick
points in
that
stripe! a pair 0: penalties set them Tl : 4-6, 5-7. John many attempts Frantz and a host of other capable
back 25 yards. VPB 0 0-6.Stanek (Jax) lost to Fowler, 1-6, of four Young tries.converted on two out players.
'
(Commanding Offirtr'i (omprtition) 'th the Amphibs and Fliers
Frank James scored the The
only
Tl'ES.TUl'R.UAGUE Trosper (Jax) defeated Honour, lineups: are three to four deep in -
touchdown for the Tigers, an off- Team Won Lost 6-1, 60Burns. JAX NAS Portion MIAMI NTC every position
A&R 7 0 Aklnol LE trlstl.
tackle slant from seven yards out MtOTU 7 0 (Jax) defeated Adoradro, LI hhew An overflow crowd is expected
Brown had set the T4VPB > :I 1-6, 8-6, 8-6. MiUtrry LG .!tone to jam the Jax
after Capt. Uubiinikl stadium for the
3 Berke (Jax (c) o (c) Cherundolo
) defeated
stage with his 65-yard dash Public Worki 2 : 5-7, 6-2, 6-0. Williams, Trotter B. Jon KG Dttvlf Saturday game, which is the sporting -
US Kf '
the center of the line 2 Ii IhnrD feature of the Navy Day pro-
through Main Galley (' Doubles UQuinn KE (Sake s
Brown convejted the point-after- Supply 0 S Behr (.uI"e QB Willoh| gram here. Nearly 11000 seats
______ and Nelson (Jax) lost to Hunamirr LH Vnccaro will be reserved for service person
touchdown. WFD.FBI LF..UUF.; Tongier and Yantis, 3-6, 3-6. Hanlon HH ]tower a nel, who may see the game without i
Team Won Los( Trosper and Burns (Jax) defeated J-ranti t II Graham charge. :
oJ IT'LL HE A TALL GAME POW Ounrdt II' Honour and Adoradro Score by periods:
'; 'The Ft. Pierce Amphibs will be BonthoiiM t :2 Berke and Stanek 6-1, 6-2. Jax NAS .. ... .II 20 21 7_II =ix.-_ _
Salvage H II (Jax
) lost -
two touchdowns stronger when to Miami NTC ......... 0 0 0 0_ o -- -
:I O&G 1 4 Hogan and Warfield
they meet the Fliers here Saturday V M __ 1 2-6, 2-5. Jax NAS icorlngi Touchdown.. Brown, rrHISVEEK'S
Yesterday the NAB team was Cuepe, imhop, Hunilnger, Peck, Harri
; than they were two weeks ago STUDENT nut FHM LEAGUE scheduled to meet Lee Field in a son, rimmons, Thlgpen (2)). GRID MENU -J.
when they lost to the NAS eleven, Team Won Loct return engagement here. Pointi after touchdown Young 2, Tim.
13 to 6, there. That's the opinion AOO No. 1 :2 1 mono 6. Friday, 2000, Andrew
_
-' iit_ .
of Line Coach George Barclay, who VPB MFOTU 2 2 1 t NAMLI) UINxslK- Jax NAS iub! Witt, Timmon., Sthwnll, son Illgli v* Plant High of
1 ANYWAY Mayer: Jlowden, Young, ,
: Buckley: laglc.
in
scouted the Amphibs their decisive AOO No 2 0 3FAl The Miami I Lender, Centolu: Cohen Akra Harrison,, Tampa at'the Jar; Municipal
26 to 12 win over the Third X Daily News missed IhiKlfi*. Boyter: Para,,.*., Wright, Leslie,, Stadium
i Air Force last Sunday. Johnny Lujack's 'ROT TO MISS( URI the boat slightly on the NAS Fit Itnpnci. P..'.k. Kane, Mulligan, Mania. All_ Saturday, 1000, Station Tigers
ers-Miami Navy Tars up, (.i ese, Drown iJouvlns, Kirkpatrirk,
belated the Lt. Comdr. Don Faurotwho engagement
appearance put M.! Edward
at
Water
CixM, Moyer. John, Uridhitm, College, .
Amphibs back on their toes Which coached the NAS grid team last there last Saturday. In a 'pr e- !. UenVi, Vince, lorbti,UTo :n8ehult the Mat. :
means the Fliers will have to show year, uportcdly will be out of the game story, the News revealed the KennMiHttl.NTC, Saturday, 1430 N'AS '. Fliertv >
.real Improvement themselves to Navy eocn and, return to the Urnverritv hers were favored to win by two .uDet O xo, Prockwell, Komi )Ft the ,
Pierce l
touchdowns. The final HeiUrv Palimiri' ,, Willinmn, Price Lorento Amplilb a ,
maintain their unbeaten Ftatut [ ff Mtairtiri as head mentor tally wtos -
I PoMbrrir, flavla, / ] 'IJ I
Saturday. something like 61 to 0. Fill. Gaupb town*. Municipal Stadium i >I I "

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Bulletin Mutt Be Sabmltled Prior <. 6906(
Each Taesdaj.

FOR SALE

Hooaehold farnlshlnfi. including living
room and dining roam suite, two bedroom
suites (one with twin bede). Sold
IB ono lot. |30 Lt. Comdr R. V. Wllliame. -
2-9550.

Roll top Kiddie-koop. baby carriage,
seder end baesinette. |3i. Lt. Comdr.
R. V. WlllUmi, 2.1$1.

.' .ComyleU household furnishings, living
room lulu occasional chair, lamps, end-
i table now wool rag and throw rur,
secretary chair, brcakfait set Holly-
wood bod and chest iron bed and cheat,
dishes, picture, etc. Complete for only
1125. Chief Schneider, 1H5A AlleghenyR..d
or phone tit. 20$. .

Mahogany bedroom ,let, sofa bed with
aprinci, platform rocker, lamp table,
coffee table, lamp, kitchen let, cooking
at.n.lle. u rtlin.. All in excellent condition -
at reaaonabl price. Sold at a "nit.
Seen at any time at HOB Allegheny FTRw

Road NAS or contact Thomas Miloaic, a.t4 ,......
,ALMM Ext. 8112. .' :- """"

Royal Palm uplo:atered, blonde, living FA11TICIFATED IN CAPTURE OF GERMAN SUB Alfred
room act, confuting of davenport, chair II. Ebert HM2c, of the VPB2 beach crew, has been awarded the
and end tables to match large upholstered Presidential Unit Citation presented to Anti-Submarine Task Group
locking chair varnished porch
rocker cricket bedroom rocker bed complete 22.3 with which he saw duty. The group was cited for capturing
with coil spring and new mattreial the German U-505 off French West Africa on 4 June 1944, and for
three drawer utility cheat straight lad- sending a boarding party to the vessel while the U-boat was fctlll

S su der back diahea chtart) lampat kitchen picturei act) rag";large cartainat circling at five or six knots on the surface. The boarding part

folding cot with apringa drapes, etc. plunged through the conning tower hatch and worked to keep the
Priced very reasonable, can b. seen anytime sub afloat, aware that the ship might momentarily sink or blow up.
If.'tV. at IH14U Norman St., Dewey Park,
or call T. Wooluma, PhMlc Eat. 240. The U-505 was subsequently towed across the Atlantic.
Super-fee oil burner good condition

: tall 1 Electric 58H.. Lmeraon portable phono- DispensaryContinued I Navy DayContinued

graph 2-tone controla. new, flit bed
room chair |5| I wide panel 11.... lace
.
draperies ".6U) Ironing board, II) pea from Page One from Page One
coat, good condition, 15. Lt. (jg) W. tied NAS Fliers meet the Fort
Creator, Eat. 8514. pines, and saw duty on Yangtse
River patrol.Lt. Pierce Amphibs in what promises
Clean 55 gal. steel dram with apigot.Ena. .
I L. E. Woolley Bldg. 600, Lit. K39. (jg) McDonald returned to to be the top-drawer football gamein
21 foot sloop completely overhauled. the States in June, 1931, and was the entire country.
4308 llerechel bt.: or call 2- 53J. assigned to the USS Tennessee as I Downtown Program

CPO uniforms, 1 pair whipcord blueat junior medical officer A year later Featured in the Navy Day activities
1 pair whitens 2 pair khaki) water-proof" he reported to the Naval Medical
of downtown
top coat with" aip-in lining sire 38 Jacksonville will
long
Flier Ten Seeks Jonson, ReynoldsWin excellent condition, .'11. Hold kiln School at Washington, D. C. be inspection tours of three tradi-
cock NAS. for a course of instruction. In
tion-heavy
Navy craft
on hand for
Second Win Over Golf MatchesLt. Kodiak Ekra 35 mm. cameras it mm. f. April, 1933, he reported to Pen- the occasion. The USS Angler, a
1.1 lena, 1-10U shutter, carrying caaa sacola as junior flight surgeon. submarine veteran of
I Carl Jonson of Supply eliminated and acceaioriea, 1350. Joseph L. bikini. Next he participated in a special seven Pacificwar
L Lake City Tonight ES Br..... 18, MATTC er 223 E. fourth patrols under the command of
medalist E. G. bt., before 4,0. photographic mission to the Aleu-
the Lt. (jg) : Comdr. H. Bissell, Jr., the USS
tians in July, 1934, and was basedat
Returning to the Power plant I Whyte, last week to move into the Radio with" a very good ahortwave sets Island. Cassin, a destroyer sunk at Pearl
diamond tonight the Softball Filers living room let with" 2 end tablet coffee Kananga Harbor, since renovated and
I semi-final round of the AllStationGolf table) bookcase and mirror baby When this assignment was com- refitted -<
will meet the Lake City ten I carriage and atroller. See! :Nell Jacque., pleted, he boarded the carrier USS for duty, and the USS Mel "d.
In the second contest between Tournament. I2 7B flair Ave. ville time
at 2000 Dewey 1.rk'ukon. in the winter of 1934 one flagship of Admiral
f' the two teams. Coach Geh- In defeating Whyte, Jonson had Baby buggy, excellent Kroll-Kab, non-tippabla Lexington remaining aboard for two Sims in World War I, and now act-
conatruction years.
ringer's outfit! defeated Lake City, his opponent four up on the fifteenth price, s 'il now |15.condition Alao prewar il2.- Late in 1935 he reported to Pen- Ing as a service ship, are expected

3 to 1, the last time the clubs met. hole in their quarterfinalround blue fibre leg $J. 141SA Child: NAS. sacola to undergo flight training. to provide plenty of thrills and interest

r "Sambo" Sams, Gehrlnger's ace of match-play. 1 room of furniture, living room, bedroom After .wInning his wings, the for the expected throngs of
.' twirler, will be on the mound for Jonson will oppose Strause this and kitchen. Can be seen iytime young medical officer remained visitors which will board them.
at 1143A Allegheny Ave, MAS.
jailer
.. the Fliers. The tricky spec t week, and the winner will meet the there until September, 1938, as Among the Navy Day observ-
was credited with a victory the top man of the GehrnigerAdamsmatch Living room furniture, maple bedroom flight surgeon. In July of that ances planned by other
local
last time he opposed Lake City. suite, and kitchen ware, lIu,. Call: after naval
for the Officer's Championship < p. ...., 1I18A Randolph NAS. year he was promoted to lieuten- activities are the Air-Sea Rescue
Jax Muni No. 1
By defeating ,
crown next week. 1 ateel double bed, spring and maitre. demonstration to be held near
6-4, and turning back St.. Simons, ant.Leaving
the United States
I Ext. 8S... Jacksonville Beach
Specialist R. W. Reynolds Endi- by the
J.laYPo1't
10-0, last week, the Fliers hiked McDonald went to NAS
their total to six wins, and remained cott, N. Y., golfer, won over Lipps '37 Ford 4.door, trunk 85 h.p, clean again, Naval Auxiliary Station and the
Canal Zone senior
good tires, gasoline heater, all around Coco Solo, as open-house visitor
in the EM division and will shoot am to
progl be
in
undefeated league play. good condition. Louis, Ext. 238, >M medical officer at the Dispensary. featured
A scoreless tie with Lee Field is against Wolfe for the right to meet Unit. Eight months later he joined the by the. Naval Air Gun-

the only blot on the Fliers' record. I the winner of the StewartHarwardmatch Home trailer with screened porch, large staff of Commander, Aircraft ners'the School Jacksonville, between
The game with St. Simons was In the finals next week. aink .teel ice box alerpa :2. $410. C. W. Scouting Force, on the USS Mem- hours of 0800 and 1700.
Johnson AM2e, bee 111,.. Kialellc. Bavii --
-- -'
affair. Held In --- -
:
ft tight, nine-inning Others competing for prizes In Trailer Camp lukon. phis. He was upped to lieutenant -
chcvk: until their half of the ninth, the Officer's division are, Gentner, commander in September, 1940.
Baby stroller, play and awing .... I PT Boats
the Fliers ran wild to score 10 pen Getting
Kona Smith, Chapman, Allen, Ep- Lt. Little, Ext. 81$7. Rti 4(35 timer.1S39 Subsequently, the staff became ,
. runs In the first part of the frame ler, Thorson, and Jerry.In Commander, Aircraft, Atlantic pa-j
and blank the Islanders in the lat- Ford Tudor Sedan, new upholatery
trol and moved to the USS ; Self-Seal
the EM division Burke, overhauled motor, good tirei.. Contact J. Tanks
ter half to win the over-time fray. Mac G E. Knight, Building $13. NA Tn.. ger. The commanding officer Wall
Sweeny, reg 0 r, Biagetti,
Next Tuesday the softballera Rear Admiral A. B. Cook the first I All U. S
Backes, Donnell! Lepovsky, and Balloon tire bicycle. Good condition. Navy motor torpedo
travel up to Beaufort, S. C., for a (PT) boats
Air
Ennis will swing-it-out for the J407-A Ellyaon Street Dewey Park. Chief of Naval Operational are now equipped with
with that station. It will be
game Ship's Service awards in their re- One-way train ticket te Denver. For information Training at NAS Jacksonville, and self-sealing gas tanks similar to
I their initial tussle with the Beau- call Tracy, Ext. U1t. the chief of staff was the present the type used so successfully

fort ten, the first scheduled game spective flights. MISCELLANEOUSBaby head of NAOTC, Rear Admiral aircraft during World War II, the on
--- -
having been rained-out. E. Davison Navy Department
Ralph
Hetelt to six, 24-hour announced ie-
J Last Tuesday the Fliers were British Used aervlce. In-door any and age outdoor up play facilitiea The medical officer was ordered cently.A .

, elated to tangle with Mayport ) individual beds doctor on prem- to NAS Jacksonville soon after special
there. liea. Mr. W. H. Cheaper, 1323 MacDuff herein self-sealing tank witha
its commissioning, reporting
! .* Super Bombs Ave., 3J3T.. 1,350-gallon capacity has been
January, 1941. He remained as
0' I developed that will stand .50 cali-
FOR RENT
I Horseshoe Champ Made In' U. S. large'apartment with l kitchen privileges. flight 1942 when surgeon he was until named 12 October senior ber bullet hits without loss of fuel
312.60) and small l apartment with kitchen by the Bureau of Ships, and it is
-:. :" Issues Challenge privileges, '10. Apply at 15 May medical officer of the new USS used in combination with two
Bombs weighing three times as bt. Essex. lie moved up to the rankof
;:ft Chief boatswain :lie B. Thomas, smaller tanks!: of 875-gallon capa
., much as the biggest Navy bombsin WANTED commander in January, 1943.
city each on the 80-foot
PTs
horseshoe of
pitching champion use during the war were loaded Ride from James and College St. hours While serving with the Essex.
Dallas, Texas, has Issued a char for the British at the Naval Mine 8-4130. Mra. Landy, Ext. 8466. McDonald participated in strikes The development took place aft-

lenge through the Physical Train- Depot, Yorktown, Virginia, accord One set of aviator I green working uniforms against such Jap strongholds as er experience with aircraft dem-
Ing Department for a match with ing to a Navy Department release Biro 42 regular. Lt. Comdr.Bagwell. Rabaul, Tarawa, Kwajalein, Mar- onstrated that the safety of gas-

all comers. received this week. Ext. 22*. cus, Wake, Truk, Tinian, and Sai- oline storage in small warci aft

The "champ" may be reached at British pilots flying specifically Suit of officer's greena, aloe 40 En. I? could be greatly increased by pro-
the boathouse by dialing 418 or modified Lancaster bombers drop- E. Woolley, Bldg. 600, Ext. 339. pan.Also aboard the Essex at this viding self-sealing features for gas

419, and the pits at the Boathouse ped the "tall boy" bombs on the Play pen and baby carriage, 2,5874.Furninhed time was the former NAS execu- tanks.

athletic area are available for play. German battleship, the Tirpitz, 2 or 3 room apartment for tive officer, Comdr now Cap- : y
which was lying at anchor in a couple both In lervice. Ext. 8S44.t tain) John Raby, air group commander

LOVE IN AFLATAbrams Norwegian harbor These same am all. tricycle for a 3 or 4 year old. and the present executive AINav Promotions

frantically dashed up giant destroyer bombs also had a 42:0.. officer, Comdr. Paul E. Emrlck

the stalls of his home. "Sarah," share in destroying such important ---- who headed a squadron. Can Be ExpectedLieutenant

: I he panted "we got to move out of targets as concrete housings for

. J,;< here light away. I just found out V-1 bomb launching platforms, underground HospitalContinued STRIKER commanders and

I ,.. that the janitor of this house factories and munition from Page One lieutenants who have completed 24

_,' t-, makes love to every woman in it dumps. months continuous active servicein
': f t : I but one." Because the British did not er two and a half yeais residencyat rank, and junior lieutenantsand

, : "'..: I "Yeah, I know," said Sarah."That's have the facilities for loading all Baltimore City Hospital, he en below who have 18 months

. o.! H'';:'.. that stuck-up thing on the the required big bombs, the Brit- tered the Navy in 1910 and had a service may expect to be includedin
ish Air Commission asked for course of training at the Navy
assistance
Hj;, h. third floor. an ALNAV or letter of promo-
Medical School in Washington, D:
on the project in this
tion the
l II ---- authority, Secretary of
\.!.I 'I MUST 1IA\K BEEN ONE country. An arrangement was C.The C Navy has announced.
..tt' ;.' The civilian wasn't quite sure worked out whereby the Army captain's shore duty hat
Lieutenant commander
;
been at the U. S. Naval Hospital, promo-
made the bomb cases and shipped
"t. of the and while conversing -
r Insigne tions will be subject to recommend
D. C., from where he _*
them to Yorktown, where naval facilities Washington,
; with the several
' I" 'I captain dation of selection board. The Bureau -
the Wash
to Jacksonville
. loaded them with came ;
torpex
+7i ,. times called him commander. of Naval Personnel will handle -
Naval
Yard
Dispensary
a new and powerful explosive developed ington Navy ;
1= Then to be he asked:
I I Mire, during this war. in Washington; Navy Yard, promotions of commanders and
i I' "Von ere a commander, aren'tell above individually.
Va. and U. S. Naval hos-
,1 ?" Special handling devices such as Norfolk, ; .cs
yon wire made pital, Pensacola. emotions may occur while an
sling's were by the
rope
\\ said the captain,
once Naval GUn Factory to raise and I MJrM-nm-l%_3i- officer is on active duty, terminal
"I was,
slightly diplomatic,
lower them with the aid of leave, or inactive duty provided
a special New Assistant To Exec.
hut It I'm not more.
seem any
a carrying crane. Railroad cars status was entered prior to May 8,
That's too had," consoled the I were remodeled to transport the Lt. Comdr. G. A. Robinson has 10 :J. A reserve officer on terminal -

I .1 civilian. "Was it liquor or huge bombs safely to: Yorktown assumed duties as Assistant to the leave or inactive duty status

women\ and to transport the'filled bombsto Executive Officer of NAS Jax. may advise the Bureau promotion

their port of embarkation. Exclusive Lt. Comdr.. Robinson reported ,section of his home address,
[.vWUtf *n neaily nix months of ccm- of the case, each bomb cost from temporary ;duty at Atlanta, wheioiipon when and if he becomes
t > bat from Okinawa to the' fringes for'promotion the
Bureau
eligible
' $2,800) and more than one thou- and his last permanent duty was .
:cf Japan's Inland flea, the USS MASSACHUSETTS will *'e action relative s. ,
t _' sand were delivered std Britain on on the USS iicceasary
l urn, gigantic battle cruiser! has a lend-Iease basis' He< is from Kansas City Mc to : I lo'ed her worth. .

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.. Page Eight a CIVILI N JAX AIR NEWS NEWS 25 October, 1945




I t; Civilian Employees' News { Valuable Annuity Rights For -' 1



Addict Communication to ElitotNl Off_ Employees Completing 5 Years fesrULIES

,, tom;. rrronn l Relation Olflo. BIJ*. 4&.,. Box It
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Telephone Extension 44t1h
The Commission been- advised ,. -- ---- ---- ----
Civilian Employ News, two-pnn Motion at the Ju.lr News. !I. ,I-. 1. 4.
cote.| to rrporllnw the news of the Naval! ,AIr $tutlon't Civilian Employees and that some Federal employee during time of war or peace. While
I* sponsored by the the amount of annuity based sole ,.
il Emplo,..*' A.I.tlna far Civil Sfrvlc >...pUrKVtKKh ... who are approaching the completion .
ly on Federal service may not be I By Leola Jones
Officer of five years of service have adequate as the only means of .
1 f', M. McOtiffl. J'r."ld..nt. Philip D. Myr. TreasurerFlorin. indicated lhat they will resign be support In the case of workers Thanks are extended to all en
\ Gannaway. SecretaryDlrtrUr ployecs who participated in the
'fr. fore such completion so that they who do not make a careen of Gov- I preparation of the Fifth Anniversary .

]l l(>I'ln. 0 nnHW,,/ (C.rn'l) Prank H. McKinley (PW) may obtain a refund of retirement ernmnet service, it is expected Float representing the Supply .
'f .I i Wlllmm O. Klnrnld. (1c.1) J. t. Nettles I IPWI deductions.! Such action is apparently that many such workers will.have and Accounting Department in
i '; Melt t. Jackson (A R) Kenneth M. McIuffle (supply) due to a misunderstandingof also acquired coverage under other recent .
Joseph Pagan (A & K> Philip II Myvrt (Sum.ly. ) the benefits that accrue to an l the BIG PARADE in.lowh
4 Charles 1 b. Held (A ft R) retirement systems so that.benefits I ly. The Officer in Charge of the .
employee who has rendered moie
from these various sources
affair for this department was l.t.
News
1 Hfparlinf Staff than 5 of creditable service
Ata.-mbly und Repairs years plus the individual's own savings O. W. Leldel, Jr. Director, and in
H..d Reporter. . ..... ... ......"................. ...... ..Eul..*n. Wild imh..m 2. It Is distinctly to the employee's will, in most cases, be adequate charge of the design of the float
I' InR.tlon Hand KeoortvrPuM'O IJpl'ltrtn.ntl: M. Stron advantage to remain in I for old age. was Anna '1. Conrad, ably assisted
: t.H..I"n the of the Federal Govern
; ; employ
Works !><>pttm by Marlon Fulrher. Particular
H.nd K"poilr . . ..... .. .. ... .... .... ...... .... .. Eth-l l M. ShiL innhHiiJanei ment until he has completed more I"credit Is due Alaxander "Scotty"

,, Supply| Heimrtmi'iittHnd Reporter . .. .. ... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ... .. . *. .. than 5 years of service. Such an \MUon for his fine art work and
employee becomes entitled to valuable I
the the Sup-
lettering on replica o(
annuity rights under the ply building the scenery, and the
of the Civil Service Retirement
provisions Coat of Arms. Others deserving
CIVILIAN OF THE WEEKColo Act. f credit for their fine work are Jessie.
3. -An employee who has more I Qulniby, Frank Cork, Ralph Mo-
Has Seen Actual than 5 years of service (including By C. R. Owen :I Kinney, Jack Harry, Walter Ilm ,
i Navy Dutyj honorable' military or naval service ting Richard McCraoken, Ernest
If smell at home look
,
you gas
( ) is entitled! to a lifetime annuity Blanton Anna
1 McLaughlin, George -
the situation but not with
M. over
II Margaret Bailey -- -- -- --
beginning at 62. If he has F. Wilson
i age M. FalrcMh. Aubrey
matches.If .
} Noman Cole is one of the men i transferred frogthe Veterans'Administration I been separated involuntarily (be I I David I. Dicks Mr. Thompson i -
e working for the Navy In a civilian i in Lake City to'I cause of reduction in force, for example much gas is leaking, shut it and Francis! Gardner.. AND
capacity who has seen actual navy I NAS, Jacksonville He worked in I I ) he nvy receive a reduced I off at the meter. (Now is a good |I I mustn forget to mention the .
And he has two service rib I lifetime at time, incidently for you to flqtfj I II I
duty. j I the old Supply building until In- annuity beginning age GIRLS that rode on the float .. I
out where the shut-off is In
bonsthe Yangtze and the secondNicaraguan gas Nell
i Jackie Tenter, Ilettyo Lotz,
'I to prove it. spection department opened up. 155.4.J"he retirement contributions your house, so you'll be prepared Gardner, Olivia Smith Alleen Wil

Mr. Cole was born in Cotton,,, Mr. Cole saw tire naval base here 'I made by an employee who has if a leak ever occurs), I son. Ruth Ann White Margaret

I WashIngton, and attended elementary grow from a sparsely populated, I rendered more than 5 years of It is best to call the gas company I'oosliee, Eunice Kuinell and 1/eola,
I: school there. After high I / muddy-road base to the nationally .I}service are deposited in the retire- at once to make the repairs Jones, director.
school graduation; he headed for ment fund and draw Interest at the but if you want to find the leak Basketball season It approachIng .
base it is And
Potlatch Idaho, and the State important today. I rate of 4 per cent compounded annually and tike care of, it yourself, pro and a few of the girls are
University. With two years of college I with it, Mr. Cole grew. He is now j while he remains in the ceed correctly: playing on, the San Marco Motors

\ behind him he decided that I the Supervisory Inspector of the service, and at the rate of 3 per Mix soap and water and brush Basketball Team this season. They
hi wasnt seeing much of the I I Supply Inspection Unit. I cent compounded annually from it over the joints and pipes where I are Claire Carter, Emma J. CKVV1 -
wot)Id. The Navy seemed like a His family now includes a the date of separation to the date you think the leak may be. The 1 i art, X'earl Dug er, and Adele Mer-
good idea and he enlisted for his 1 I twelve year old son and a seven when benefits become payable. leaking gas will make bubbles. | chant. Rita Joe hum is also taking
first hitch. He trained in San Die-; t year old daughter. And when No- I These retirement contributions, This Is the way gas service men part in the game as Assistant
", go for his initial sea duty aboard I man Cole isn.t Boy Scouting it I plus accrued Interest, are never spot leaks. It is the best and safest' coach. Will let you In on their pro-
the transport, USS Henderson. with the troop in Avondale (he is I lost They are paid back to the I w.J1y. I posed games when all the games
That was in 1927 when there was the chairman of troop eight in 1 separated employee either as an Gas is treacherous. It Is silent, have been arranged so preparenow
trouble breaking in China, and the I Jacksonville) he's probably awayi I annuity (which is increased by a j Invisible and deadly. It can be : to cheer the girls on to Vic-
Henderson" and storekeeper, sec- I i on a hunting and fishing trip try. large government contribution) or 1 there without your knowing it J I tory.
ond class, Cole, headed for the ing to break his own last year I! if he should die before reaching re- j unless you smell it1! I IW Scuttlebutt has It that Alfred
trouble spot. I record. _two deer shot on a five tirement age or before living out I S/.armanxkl soon to return from
Navy Flight Training I day trip. his life expectancy after retire- SAFEOFFTHEJOB Military Furlough. Also HaroM'

Storekeeper Cole, after three i _.x__ ment as a refund of any amo'.intremaining Mater June Nichols formerlyof
.1 months aboard decided that he'd to his credit to his beneficiary TOO Follow-Up\ became the bride
I .' Cafeteria Losses or to his estate ''of Irvin Eagerton. Ensign. USNR
like to take to the air by way of
I naval aviation. He requested flight 5. A separated employee with \ Flue on the evening of the 21st In the
training in 1927 but it wasn't until Extremely High more than 5 years"of service may \ L1'LL Chapel on this Station. We miss
receive refund of his retirement Frank who
three years later in 1930, that a Spear resigned recently -
I During the last month, the Civilian deductions plus interest, creditedto to depart for California (to
\h i Cafeteria lost almost twent- I I his account in the retirement seek his fortune) Good to see
ty thousand milk and soft drink 'I fund before January 24, 1912. All Jack F. :\Io'da. HertKhel A. Greet,
I j I bottles. Since the Cafeteria is run refunded contributions must be re- and Ullllam S. llrosUy back as civilians -
i by the Employees Association for I,deposited with interest before the They have been away
I 1 the sole benefit of the civilian I employee may derive any annuity fighting the Wars. Several of our
I'workers, this represents a direct benefits based on the service covered : Naval personnel upon receiving
h I loss to every civilian employee. I| by the refund. It is apparent their honorable discharges from
; I: therefore, that while such a refund the service, have returned to work
I Beginning\ yesterday Wednesday may be made it is to the ad. here as civilians__ Walter F. HatIng -
I ,! 21 October, a bottle deposit I vantage of the Individual, to permit and Robert Hudson Irene
three cents for milk bottles and ] ,
of
I all of his contributions to re- Leilgerwood enjoyed a short vacation
two cents for soft drink bottles I main in the retirement fund to accrue i recently. The Award Section
will be charged at all canteens and Interest. This will result In a | had a party the other night at the
uiic.i \ agon run by the Civilian 1 .I savings fund payable in case of Lobster House and all had a good
Cafeteria. A deposit ticket will be 1 I death or a lifetime annuity payable I time (Including the husbands who
and the deposit refunded .fO't1J@{d I
given upon tJ-f1'
I at an age when earning capacity .bowling )
return of the ticket and the
( generally tends to dimmish was in order and hear that

I bottle. 6. In addition to the right to annuity quite a few are Champs! Helen
?a fS x. ___ benefits under the Civil ::::::.E- ..'...::::' Sylvester recently enjoyed a

4,w< Service Retirement Act, an employee pleasant weekend In Tampa Florida
a ahe
PLANT who has rendered more Trouble it, the damage may be Glad to have Lura Owens!
than 5 years of Federal service done before you smell it. You may I back to work after a short illi .
I DIVISION and who was previously employedin walk into a room with a lighted i ness. MUsed you Lura .
cigarette in your mouth or strikea Rachel Mott is
private industry or who La subsequently certainly proud oC
Its I). Ianby employed in private industry match and bang! you have an her new ring Pretty too! Seems
Top honors should go to one of and becomes qualified for a explosion If gas begins to leak at that she lost her first one, so the
I our Asst. Division Officers for his j I! pension under the Social SecurityAct I' night, it may asphyxiate you In good husband rushed down to out
work done in connection with the may receive benefits under the your. sleep. fit her with another before anyone .
'>. .tit\\' recent Navy Parade that was held Social Security retirement sys :I For kitchen gas stoves, the National thought she was single again .
received his orders to flight In Jacksonville, Monday, 15 October tern. He may also receive .benefits Safety Council urges that Barbara Black is a busy girl these
duty. because it was a job well done concurrently under both the Civil II. burners should be kept in adjustment days. She has found her a house

Meanwhile, he served aboard the and really something to be very i Service Retirement Act and the to prevent production of and Is busy painting etc., to get
I'I
"S utha\4.I." "McDonald: ," "Buch proud to have accomplished Con- ,'I Railroad Retirement Act. deadly carbon monoxide gas. A ready for husband Blarkie" who
anan" and the Sirus," and on the 'gratulations It. .'arson we are II i I 7. The amounts of annuity benefits nice adjustment between flame and Is expected home soon. If you're
"Wyoming." He took many mid. I proud to have you In our division. I! payable under the Civil Service heating surface must be maintained handy with a paint-brush. Barbara
ihipmen's cruises to Europe. The Those enjoying a vacation at the I I Retirement Act are liberal when if heating is to be efficient and says "Why doncha come up and see
destroyer "Buchanan" was the ship present time are Donald I.. SundI compared with the amounts runI safe In' installation ranges shouldbe j me sometime? Marguerite: Alvarez
chat in World War II was loaded by from the air conditioning shop, I I trlbuted by the employee. An ex adjusted to suit local conditions is enjoying a short vacation
I .
with ammunition and sailed into and Frederick P. Ollvenw, who ample may be cited In the case of Iin New York. seeing all the sights
the submarine pens at Brest to I'' works in the Mechanical Maintenance -|I an employee who entered the Fed- --- --- --- '--- --- -- --

bl )w them to kingdom come. shop. Hope that they are eral service at age 25 and who ACCESSORIES DIVISION .
Mr. Cole served at the naval having a good time, but of course, II i worked for 5 years at a salary of .
prison at Parris Island South I we know that they are, and who I $2000 per year, exclusive of overtime Notes From
Carolina, and it was in South wouldnt? Oh yes, one of our new I I His retirement contributions, Tho Instrument Shop-
Carolina that he met the lady whois 11 I employees Ilemlry, I). II., who I at the rate of 5 per cent total $500
now Mrs Cole. Shortly after I works in the electrical shop is also for the 5 year period. At age 62 My Virginia Fraser ; better but It was hard work. Is
ha.: received his orders to report for 'oA a short vacation I I he is eligible for a lifetime Incomeof Sue Aid, of the Shop Stores, hada that the way to rest, Judy
about $230 a If he lives visit from her son, Edgar, SM i Accessories Division picnic at
flight training. He completed his i Kdvvard: I. 1'adrUk and I.eo 1':. year.
I for 15 which is the normal 2c, home on leave I 1St, Augustine last week Sunday
elimination flight training course! Harden are both on the sick list, years 1
but there his flying career ended I but we hope to see them back I. life expectancy at age 62, he will Martha C. Smith, Sic, Inspector a huge
when the navy discontinued air ron the j job in the very near future receive a total of approximately is now ex-wave. Her dischargecame I success."I
training for enlisted men He went: Walter I:. Khlere one of the air $3,750. If he should die before through this week and so I
t>) Assembly and Repair at Norfolk conditioning men, has just return.I, reaching retirement age or before did hubby's. Carl J, Smith, AMM Workers Here .,
Virginia, to work on aircraft I ed from an emergency living out his life expectancy, any lc. They plan to live In Highland
I amount remaining to his credit In Park, Mich Lots of luck to both. Get Citations
just before he received his honorable I Georgia to be with his Mother, \
discharge from the service In i' who has just underwent a serious : the retirement fund will be paidto MOII.I Cunningham, of the pres-
September of 1933. I I operation Mr. Riviere says that his beneficiary or to his estate. sure dep't, visited Atlanta last The Beneficial SuggP.itICom! '.

L For his first civilian/ Job, Mr 'I she is rmu-h better and out of danger | 8. It is to the advantage\ of Fed ,week and when she returned she mittee announces the following !: I
brought her mother with her. We
I that she continues eral to be able to buildup awards from the War Production :
4 Cola chose a business pf his own"He now; hope I employees she :1"1
servicebtittion ''to Improve. I credits for old-age annuities hope enjoys her stay Board Washington, D. C.: ;,
I and
bought a garage Paul r.arii, Sic of the
Gyro Howard L. Irvine received Honorable .1.1I
based on Government service .
in Beaufort South Carolina | Plant Division had the pleasure .
Room Is home on leave, Have
a Mention for his "Grinderfor I Ir
In 1936 he sold the businessto of adding one of the ex-sailors that whether_ such" service is rendered good time. I
: Magneto Breaker Points. G.
go with the Standard Oil Com worked in the Key Shop, to the I Grace Living, Sic, Is back from r W. Repoff also received an Honorable
Greenville South I Okmulgee, Okla. (CSS-The I
petty in Carolina payroll as a civilian Locksmith. leave. Nice to see around '
you Mention Certificate tor his
as a salesman :Mr, Kl/zl joined the Navy in New : Rev Howard Bush heard a prowler again, Grade I'
Spark Plug Assembly and Disassembly -
1'irat Civil Service Job I York, 6 February 1912, and after outside. He called the sheriff, then Meeta Smith, of the Gyro Shop, Machine" John H. Leach .I
la February of 1937 he resigned : boot training has been stationed I lay in wait in the bushes. Aftera had a visit from her son Pvt received a Commendation for Production -
to take his first government joba most of that time here on NAS, 3-hour vigil, cold and hungry Rickey T. Smith from Fort Dix, Idea Certificate for his
Civil Service Appointment with Jacksonville, Florida, until his return he crept back into the house and New Jersey, home furlough.. "Cutting-off Tool with Adjustable
the Veterans' Administration in to civilian life, 3 October ate a few soda crackers. Outside "Hobble," E. W. Robinson, AMM Stop." M. G. ECkfor4 received a
Lake City, Florlda,_and for the 1913.; After a short time off,' he again he 'Was challenged by the le, U acting! leading chief on thenIghtahiitand Commendation for Production Idea!
first time he 'saw Florida, He returned to :work ..as'a civilian in sheriff. His mouth full of crack. doing a fine job. Certificate for his ; "Revqlvlnfj
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worked in Lake City as arj, Inspector the' Key, 'Shop. Oct9ber 15. 1915.Gl' era, he couldn't answer. So the Clad td ate Judy Calhoun back Chuck for Holding and ReJeasUig: \ "a:'

and :supervisor of store.s'roomslOn J to have' you, bllck'w!th I us sheriff' pumped his' stomach, full' of again. She: spent her ,leave '1Ixln'U Screws, Bolts, etc. w.ltle,I stl 1J1I1J: ;: .

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MACBINE SHOP'S MR. F1XITS MEND EQUIPMENT

INSIDE PUBLIC WORKSBy

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Ethel M. Shanahan

Lost week was a busy one for vey) wan elected program direc-

; j Public Work's Paint! & Sign Shop I tor.

I t land the Joiners Shop! RE ASON.: -

buiding floats!II! Any departmentthat
didn't have Mdlities of its A & R Engine

own for the project could and did

call on the Maintenance Department Overhaul

j.c :Much of the lettering and
signs displayed in the "Fifth Anniversary By Loyre Ferguson

a a Parade," came from this Jack Zimmerman of Inspection

__ rushed section The masons Were is back on the job after a two
__ called In to "Ice" cakes with plaster I week leave, visiting Tennessee,
and the metal shop welded the Arkansas and Missouri. Will say

\ "world"* together! All in all, it wasa he looks like he enjoyed the trip
break in the routine and the tine '

worked with enthusiasm. The
men F. K. llellar, Sic, of 1347-P is
third float from Personnel
prize leaving this week for the west
Relations was built in all its phases
coast Will miss him and the other
y ,,{ by Public Works men.
iA.t A j boys who accompany him.
,3P O'ur'Public WOt ks float built FLASH!!! Just got the news, F.

by our shops was graced by Helm Ik-liar and Carolyn V. Smith I
David (ad bldg) as civilian\ secretary lit.( gal who shared his coffee and

and Mary J. Majemak, SpP.3c cake each day) were married last
.aexc w 3i as Wave Yard Mail messenger. Saturday night. Congratulationsfrom

Then George K, Walker, joiner, I all your co-workers.
represented the shops. 'Theodore J.
Harriet Cliisnell, Inspector of
Lavindohky, MM2c an enlisted
: I Pumps, is on the sick list from
man who works and fights too, asa
having a tooth extracted. Do hope
I
Seabee. Sanford S. Rooks,
I she does not have complications.Fred .
MMR3c, and Rene Blanco Sic,
I worked the clock hands sight un- I 1'edrUk Is back on the job
after a three-week leave. He has

seen.Mr. I been catching all the big fish, he
Crumley, (Mech) gave a
I a time.
reports good
big sigh-uf relief as the shop booklets -
that had to be made up by his 'I Our little Progress Gal, Dot F..

section, were completed before the Shut)leu orth, better known as
October 15th deadline. Shut tie"ort seems to be real cozy

Mr. Reties, formerly of Electrical and warm in her corner by the
Unit was transferred to Mech door in such Nice Warm Colored

.. I and the I Sweaters.
----- ---- -' -'- was on job
1'L'BLIC WORKS MACHINE SHOP I Is the catchall for damaged navy equipment I), W Cameron Joe \\alpoles' (Survey) had a I Would like to say in this space

I (Machinist) J. K. Woodrum (Supervisor) and L. R. Roberts (Machinist) are pictured repairing galley i I litter of seven collie pups. The I, as an individual really enjoyedour
equipment on the ShOI)'" metal lathes. | mother, Theodosia (Teddy for Parade. To me it was beautiful
-- short) shirked her responsibilities I and a tribute to the workers who

I I and would not feed her offspring! spent so much time on it,
ELECTRICAL DIVISIONBy So-o Joe and Gin (!Mrs. Joe) had I Two of our workers, MeMv Craw

ORDNANCEBy to make up a regular infant formula and Eddie Feagle, of 1349-Mag.
Ruby Myers --- ---- of Carnation milk, lime wa- Shop, have been transferred to another .

Congratulations to Frank and I ter and Karo syrup_ to agree with Department. We wish you
Marion Drlrose, 812! Frank is pa STAMPS Teddy Lull and Lynn Poland and nourish the puppies! Last accounts I success in your new job.

pa of a baby girl, namely, :Mary; "Sea Duty" has called two of our say all ate doing well!! I Chief Perkins formerly of Dispatch -
Teresa. Sampson, Dewey Seamen meaning Clifford llarnes, I Mr. Garth (Elec.) was elected has been transferred to

ll rry Jarrard has not yet returned and Schley S2c and Gene Jr.mert: S2c, have president of Engineering Professions -I' Transportation Garage as of last
We are curry Club and X C. Farmer
to work from his tonsil op- left our happy group. (SurTech7fraCen- Monday
ation.he has been away for two< By M. T. Crumley to see them go and now we can, -- -
weeks. i I Our stamp story this week ii!s only wish them lots of good health

( the next in the series honoring our and luck along their new road.
The electric shop extends Its
Navy. This stamp is a four cent, Saturday, October 13th, RE-
sympathy to J. (l. Mater, whose
gray, and was issued March 23, MEMBER? I guess we will for it
father last week. I
passed '
Howard Williams away has just re- I 1937. The stamp bears the likeness was spent celebrating :Mary Inhash's ,
of Sampson, Schley and Dewey birthday. It would take aI
turned from -
a seven day emergency '
and pictures a small sailboat whole column to list all those present -
leave Pete Benson, AIM
and a steam powered vessel on the< but from conversation on Alon
3c, has been transfered from IU2: I
to Public Works. ocean. day, apparently all Of Ordnance
The story behind this stamp was there and all had fun!

George llentz 812, has a smileon really starts January 2r! 18f, I' Grace Harris has made a quid<
his face He didn't a ---
now get
when! the battleship "Maine" entered to Mississippi to see her
"well-trained" rooster, but two I the harbor of Havana under I brother trip home, whom she ha-m't seen for I By Emma S. McI.(Ol perintendent in charge of installation
alarm clocks were donated by Charles D and construction He spentone
command of Captain due to his being ir Considerable space has been giv-
henry I>'tlen and Ruby Mjers. I Sigsbee. At that time, the three service.years, en heretofore to Items of interest year in Cuba on a large surveying -
The shrimp Saturday word In I the I project. He has taught
supper i i "Maine" was the last concerning our female civilian em
night was a success! All (or nearly :, fighting ships but she was not Lucille Noonan received word o f plo 'es. Let us turn our attention steam engineering, submarine chaser -
all) of the In the electric her brother's return to the States and Industrial science
men equal to some of our cruisers of to some of our male employes who< operations -
shop returned to work Monday. I today. At eight o'clock In the evening I from the South Pacific and Vera have devoted their time and ner-- in connection with a Navy

Raymond Mines, S2c, 826, leaves I of February 15, 1898, Captain I ;\athI'IIY" brother will arrive in gy and played an important part project at Dunwoody Industrial

this week to see what's over the ) Sigsbee received a report that the Florida this week-end I i Iin this never to-be forgotten stitution in Minneapolis. He also

sea. Happy sailing and good luck i ship was secure for the night. At !! John LJIleeng, AFC2c, and Win World War II. taught electrical engineering in the
Stines'I '! I J'rl/e Ylc are busy I Vocational School in Duluth, Minn.
forty minutes after nine a sharp if red very I loS.. Beck, whose home is in
erne flier, 8(>2. is visiting explosion was heard then a loud,, these days __ Why Well, on ::\0I Ocala Florida, and who is Instructor His hobbies are travel, photography
her home in Chicago, Illinois Her long roaring sound. The electric I ember Jrd this young couple will at the Aviation Electrician I and music. He Is a member of

brother is also home on leave and lights went out. the ship was lifted be made Mr and Mrs.: John Lit Mate "B" School, has colorful :- j the University Symphony Orches
has just returned from overseas up, and then began to sink, On : leeng. Lots of luck from us all. I backgiound He a'ery rerved In i tra. Being very fond of traveling,

C> -lia Voting, 862:!, recently had a April 19, Congress decided that I lU,>'mond Aer, Sic has been the Army Air Corps in World War he finally decided to come to Florida
visit from her brother, who just the United States must interferein transferred to Ordnance from the fell in love with it and finally
I, holding the rank of First Lieutenant '
returned from Germany "skip-! the affairs of Cuba, and a war I Metalsmith Shop and we also have He holds a BS degree ii\ bought a citrus grove at Spring
IHT" Edge, Sic, is spending a leave began between the United States four new fellows fresh out" ol' Electrical Engineering from the Lake near Orlando. This move took

in Miami I and Spain on April 21st, 1893. I Boot Camp; they are_ ,S'c IG.. University of Tennessee and arMS place shortly before the attack on
UU Ross, 864, is entertaining On the morning of April 22nd a i Bridges, )(. A. Young, \\'. R. Krueger in Engineering from the University Pearl Harbor when he joined the

her sister from Pennsylvania this squadron under the command of and s. (i. 1'erkln Glad to have of Florida. He is I Navy Training Program at Chicago .
a member -
, w eek. I I Acting Rear Admiral Sampson, I tall with us. I' of the Tau Beta Pi, Engineering I in August of 1942 and remained -
Leonard Chervewej', ARTlc, 844, sailed for Key West to blockadethe I there until he was transferred -
has returned from Iowa. He's been Cuban ports. The gun boatNashville" I their blockade of the harbor. Fraternity; Phi Kappa Phi, ; to this activity.
3rd the Army was on Scholastic Fraternity, and Sigma
several weeks the By July
way took as a prize Xu, Social Fraternity; Florida : Captains may come and Cap
Norma } vans, Sic, recently detached spanish merchantman, the "Buena lone side of Santiago and the Navywas Academy of Science He was an tains may go, we have at the C.

will leave for Separation I Ventura." News was received thata on the other. Word was passed Instructor in the Department ol O's office, M 1'1. \\'. 110111HOII...,',
Center at Great Lakes this week.x known around that the Army had over
fleet
; large Spanish as Electrical Engineering at the University secretary to the late Capt. Lynchand
Then Sunday -
the "Cape Verde fleet and under fifty thousand men. on I of Florida and was con- now our new Commanding Officer
the command of Admiral Cervera, I morning, the Spanish ships I Capt. Taylor. She has beet:
nected
at one time with the Aluminum -
Air Station In was coming from Spain The Navy steamed out of the harbor and by Company of America In Tennessee a familiar figure at this activity
sunk
had been
knew that it had sail- afternoon every ship
Department I and with the WestinghouseElectric having first assumed her duties 3
Bowling LeagueThe ed from the Cape Verde Islands or beached. Our men had won a & Manufacturing Com- I August 1942 at the AMM School.

the latter part of April. I great victory, had not lost a ship pany of Pittsburgh :\11'. Beck However, it was not long after
killed\ and
City Bowling League got off There was some reason to think and had only one man started his duties at this activity that she became :ecretary:; to the

to a big bang Tuesday night. The that the Spanish fleet might intercept one wounded. Commodore Schleywas In January 1911 as Instructor first C. O. where she is now capably
officer in command,
league is composed of six teams the "USS Oregon, coming the senior with Aviation Metalsmith School, I performing these duties displaying
Fowl Motors, Pepper's Lumbers from the west coast She was sail- and it was fitting that the man and in December of 1913 became a quiet and most pleasing person

Coca Cola Is-uvul Air Station. Pete ing south through the Pacific and who bottled up the Spanish fleet Instructor at Aviation Electrician's ality.
Dawson and Jax Sash Door. There into the Atlantic. The "Oregon"was should be the one to destroy it. I I
I I. the war Mate "B" School where we now Glancing in at Officer's Records
the during
will be 21 scheduled weeks, 3 under command of Captain All fighting not in and around find him It takes but a few minI we see calmly sitting at her
games each week M Marshall is Charles E. Clark and stopped at with Spain was around the I utes conversation with Mr Beckto I desk, Mrs. Edna s. Bailey who has

president, O. Pepper, vice president, Rio de Janeiro for fuel where the Cuba, but. half way Islands realize how affable and well ,' been in that same office ever since
in the
world Philippine
and Cy Logsdon, secretary and American consul advised Clark had fleet at Ma versed he Is, and many of the stu- she arrived to take over her duties
treasurer. The league comprises that the United States and Spain The Spaniards a dents under him 16 Feb
: tell me that they i on 1943. She is a most
and Commodore commander -
When the nilla, Dewey
"Oregon"8alled
some of the city's best bowlers. I were at war. conscientious
I American Asiatic ; have found him most tolerant and and faithful worker
of the
The Naval Air Station is well from Rio May 4th all guns I pleasant. I and one to be depcndet She
ordered to find and de- I upon.
and fleet, was
manned 24 hours a day
represented in this league and will were likes her
work
I blacked out until she I stroy it. In darkness Dewey sailed i Stanton G. Mooney who came very much and says
be at the top fighting all the time the ship was that her fellow workers
the American fleet under his ships into Manila harbor right from Minnesota is one of our Instructors help to
The men representing the Naval joined 'i make it
of
one the most
the in the Adv. AEM School.He cheerful
Air Station are Lt Commander Commodore Schley in the Atlantic under the Spanish guns at ('n- '. offices in
NATECHTRACEN.Rose
battle about five transferred from the Chicago .
Stemke, Schneider, Pajcic Vandl- I! The American Navy was look- trance. The began was
griff and Crevasse.Vith two men Ing everywhere for Admiral Cer- o'clock Sunday morning, :May! 1, AEM School in March 1914 shush)' of tne Adv. AEAI/v

absent Tuesday night the team era's fleet and at last they were 1898. The Spaniards iiied the first I to this activity: became Technical School has been with us since 1'-

'won two out of three Paj- I found in the harbor of Santiago de'' shot. Our ships started forward in !, Adviser to Unit I of the AEM April 1943. She was formerly with
games. wide circle toward the city of School and was transferred to the the Radio School. Rose has
a most
the St Paul, commanded a
I Cuba
etc had 611 set out of J games, Lt by I I I I
turned and back Adv. AEM School at the time it charming personality is
Cnmaruler Stemke set of 590 Cre- II! by Captain Sigsbee Now I Manila, then came very capable
Cavite, making large fig organized in the early Springof and it wouldn't
vasse'e set was 562 with Schneider the blockade by our ships was on. toward v as surprise the
When at 1945. Mr. Mooney is a graduateof writer if a little later in life
and Vandigrlff returning to Admiral Sampson, while fixing the ; ure eights. Dewey was I (if
blockade, was making plans to a distance of 4000 yards the the University of Minnesota and marriage does not catch up with
the team their opponents will be .
in for a tough time. close the channel and the "Merrl-I 'Ol>'mpia," Dewey's flagship, the College of Education in the I her) she didn't branch out for herself -

JC mac" was chosen as the opened up with her guns, the sig- same state, receiving a degree in Before coming here, she held
A Jap secret agent--?was instructed be sunk. Hobson selected 'seven : nal to her companions to open fire. 'Electrical Engineering" Besides I a very responsible position in the

to investigate and report on men to run the "Merrimac" into Our ships moved rapidly up and : teaching in the Public Schools, he commercial' field.

American morale. Tokyo was elated the channel and sink her. After down past Cavite five times. At was, for eight years, connectedwith I (Note 1 anyone having Items

when this report came in. making her ready, she statt forth I II about one o'clock the Spaniards the Electric Power Cqmpany which might prove interesting

"Conditions very bad. Pepple all .t channel and although she was hauled" down their flag They had II in, Vicksburg. Miss.' Southern Wisconsin leading, please mail ,or cor ni9ni-

hungry. When two'meet on street sunk, she did not block the ( lost eleven ships and many men and St. Cloud, Minnesota, I tate Mich information to Emma

tine Always say, 'What's. cook- nel In the right place, 'han-I I while damage to our ships' was acting as head of the New 'Business A Sue McLeod, Room,140, Ildg.5oiM-.
and also Su- Ph. Extension
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Attention All Hands .SWISHES% fROm ATTCWlfrlS
A Hundred More Trek From NATTC

NATechTraCen will hold "open house" in celebration

of Navy Day and visitors will be most welcome to tour the Toward Separation Centers HomeThree

area at will 27 October. Navy Day posters have been distributed ,

throughout the Center and a limited supply of less than an even 100 en. ----- --- -
automobile stickers have been handed out. There will bea listed men and Waves last week perthwaite, AEMlcT); James E.
parked aircraft exhibit at the Aviation Electricians Mate started their trek homeward from I Rader S2c; Maynard B. Smith,
Naval Air Technical Center S2c Warren F. Steely, AEM3cT)
Training :
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school and the PBlY's will be available for By lAurene Burnt, YSc
great inspec- and at the first of the week John H. Kagle Jr., Sic; Ronald B. .\
tion. This policy is in keeping with suggestions made by With the scarcity of moving; Lieut. (Ug) Mary Lou Van Aernam,, Wince, SC3cT); Ernest Marks, ''I
Rear Admiral Ralph Davison, CNAopTra: which are to be vans Waves are seen shuttling Assistant Separations Officer, said S2c; and Barney White, AOMT)
back and forth between Bks. 51 I
followed throughout the Naval Air Station. and 51 burdened with luggage. that the separation office was I 3c.To
abreast of the eligible list. Memphis: Frances W. Duck,
the consolidation of the
Reason
: While most of the homeward SpR)2c( ) ; Sue Johns, S2c; Helen
two barracks into one wave oar
bound sailors preferred transfer to M. Thrueman PhMSc; Georgia B.; 1IIM\
I racks_ 51. Much vacant was
space 'the separation center at Jackson Turner, PhMSc; Helen L. Ward WJ
left after the recent discharge of
: ville. a good many other centers Y3c; and Sadie P. Moor, Y3c.
married gals, leaving to join their
husbands. The last group heading were represented in the log of de To Toledo: George Young Jr.,
for various Separation Centers included partures. Those leaving last week S2c.
NATTCME Lena Forrest, Georgia Turner were: To Washington: Lena L. For.
Helen Ward, Sadie Moore, To St. Louis, Mo.: Leonard E. I rest, SpS2c.: Dorothy M. Hatrick.
ELITE T Helen Thurman, Olga Kirk, Bar Gaffney, SKV2c; Dale C. Asmus, Y3c; and Barbara R. Devinney,
bara DeVinney, Frances Duck, S2c; James W. Longworth, Sic, SlcY( ).
Dorothy Hetrick, Genevieve Dean and Louis L. Kosmata Sic. To San Francisco: Olga I. Kirk,
and Frances Somers. We wish 'em To Norman Okla.: Taz V. Rudd, I HAlc.
lots of luck and hope we'll meet j AOMlc; Otis F. Miller, Sic; Rob- To Lido Beach: George M. Mc
MOVIE SCHEDULE them soon as civilians. ert P. Boats, Sic and Forest R. Manus, AEMSc; and Thomas M.:
After perusing the daily papers I Bishop, AOMTlc. Nicholson SpA)3c.To .
for news about lowering of dis Nashville: Leroy Shipwash,
THURSDAY CRIME DOCTOR'S WARNING with Warner Banter To Minneapolis: Lester B. An I
and ) I, charge points, as though it were derson AEM2c; Thomas R. Dough. S2c; Lowell E. Rogers, S2c; and
Dusty Anderson, MICRO PHONIST Stooge comedy, at 180(
and 2000. the stock market page, that welcome erty Bkr3c; Arden E. Egeness, William T. Byram, S2c,
I news of the drop to 26 points SKV3c; Rodney E. Maxwell S2c; To Jacksonville: Curtis L. Johnson
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY-LOST WEEKEND with Ray Mil caused a buzz of excitement. Already and Harding F. Roach, AEM2c.To SlcAOM( ); Roland Johnson
land and Jane Wyman; FOX NEWS; at 1800 and 2000. suitcases are being dusted I Camp Wallace Albert P. AEMlc; Clifford F. Clark AFClc; ,
off, preparing for the trip to Sep. Jiminez, S2c. Donald E. Cromer Sic; Joseph C.
SUNDAY FRISCO SAL with Susanne Foster and Turhan Bey:;,, Cen. Betty Bleekman is counting,] To Boston: Edward M, Jones, I. Brady, AEM2c; Amos M. Rodgers,
HILLBILLY ARTIST, oddity; at 1500, 1800, 2000. the days and has begun stocking I BMlc; Walter J. F. Wilson ARM i i AEM2c; Sterling R. Daniel AEM2c
her civilian wardrobe (oh, those 2c: and Victor S. Bednarz SKV3c. ; Kenneth W. Busboom, AEMlc;
MONDAY AND TUESDAY-GUEST WIFE with Caludette Colbert -' ankle strap pumps!), however,
To Great Lakes Floyd C. Fields. AEM3c; William
: John W. Budz
2000.and Don Ameche; COMMUNITY SING; FOX NEWS; at 1800 and I I Navy Hubert career is eager woman to !sign up as a I I Sic; Norman A. Hutchins, Sic;,j'I A. Kessler, AEM3c, Glenn E. .'..)
Robert Knibbs AEM3c Charles D. Lint"J
Latest wedding news __ Lucille J. Barrand Sic; Francis E. ;
WF.UNESIJ.-\Y-WANDERER OF THE WASTELAND with I Hoben's marriage to Chief Miller I II Dismore, Sic; Arthur J DeLaance, ner, AEM3c; Walter E. Howell,
James Warren and Audrey Long, THE BIG BEEF, novelty, I in Georgia Jo Lubben was her at i! Sic; Donald J. Lazarus, Sic; WIN AEM3c; Walter C. Anderson, Sr.,

IIiIILI l a t.! ii ,. .'. t 1 gam': 1W 'A t" J ,- tendant. 1[[liam Z. Burns S2c, Virgil H. Joy- AFClc.
) + 'I The Waves are invading the golf ner, Sic; Ramond H. Nault, S2c: David W. McElroy, AEM3c; Au-
? course and eagerly hunt up the Roy M. Rabion, AOMT)2c; Raymond gustus O. Robbins, AEM3c; Herbert
I I clubs these Saturday mornings fora E. Blunk. AEM3c: Willis H. C. Haney, S2c; Martin V.
tNAJJ$, round or two. Among the turf I Haag, CM3c.: ; Chester G. McGehee, Johns, S2c; Mack E, Zane Sic
i happy Waves are Brooks Herndon I, S2c; Harry E. Palmer, S2c: Chester AEMI; Malcolm W. Snelwrove
I Sears and Luther. With undaunted > 'I E. Sexton, Genevieve S. Dean, AEM3c; Ralph A Post AEM3c;
I courage they manage to'' PhM3c; Frances T. Somers, HAle, Builin D. Justice, S2c; William P.
scramble through the rough and Floyd H. Smith Sic; Gerald E. Taylor, S2c; Morris W. Owen, AEM.
I bail a few balls out of the water.._ Smith, Bkr3c; Isaac W. Trainer, : 3c, Joseph Thomason, Jr., S2c;
minor incidents in the game D. S2c; and Melvin C Nelson, Sic. I Stoy C. Wilson, S2c; Leonard K.
Turnbull manages to get that : To Norfolk: Clarence Lee, Sic. Livingston, SC3c; Orville C. Otto,
I Continued on Page Twelve i i To Bainbridge: William E. Cow. I Continued on Page Eleven:
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Aboard AlI

FIUII AY-FOOTBALL GAME AEM School vs. (Ship'a Company) I '. '\1
Bombers; on NATTC gridiron; at 1630. ."

THEM).AY-FOOTBALL GAME, Turret School vs. AEM School, ....
on NATTC gridiron; at 1630.

SWIMMING )).\ILV. Recreational period for all Naval personneland .. '
their guests: Monday through rid8y--0830 to 1100; 1300 to 1400:
and 1800 to 2100; Saturday-0830 to 1200; 1300 to 1400, and 1800 to
2100, Sunday 1200 to 1700; and 1800 to 2100. ; t

MUslC-Recreational rehearsal room is available to all hands in x JSa tr ,
the Auditorium Band Room. Instruments may be procured fromS.
P. Lanterl, Music, daily from 1600-2100.

GOLF. STATION COURSE. Daily from 1000 to 2000. Open to
all personnel. Clubs available at gear locker in NATTC Auditorium.

GOLF INSTRUCTION for NATTC personnel by R. W. Reynolds, r 9P ,. '
SpA)2c( 1300 to 1530. (Special classes for WAVES by appointment). gd "
Sign up at ShackHOSTESS .
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IIOUSE open daily from 1530 to 2100. Saturdays and
Sundays from 1100 to 2100. For NATTC enlisted personnel and relatives i 'f.
and guests. v

NA' TO LIBRARY open daily from 0800 to 2100. 6L.
BOWLING daily at Ship's Service from 1200 to 2030..tlsllOre Illy tell .. ,

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.. "II.AK\'H.VT Til: "';" was ushered in at NATTC

FOOritALL GAME:, NAS FLIERS vs. FT. PIERCE AMPHIBS, last Friday night with an All hands Harvest A I "
two of the best service teams in the country, at Municipal Stadium Dance in the Auditorium with the NAS Jive
beginning at 1430: ; buses (free transportation) leave Station beginning I Bombers furnishing the music. Above can he
at 1200; game free to service personnel.The .
seen part of the crowd which flocked to the Audi
Episcopal Army and Navy Center, corner of Church and torium for the first-fall event At right a couple
Market Streets, sponsors a dance every Saturday night from 2030 to
2330. Junior hostesses will be in charge and all enlisted personnel are of couples were snapped truly cutting the rug. The
Invited. dance was sponsored by the Welfare Departmentand

i SUNDAY-Trip to Silver Springs for all NATTC personnel and a committee of Ship's Company and student 1"e

guests. Tickets $2.88 round trip. Bus leaves at 0830 from circle outside -I '
Main Gate. Leaves Silver Springs at 1800. Special rates for personnel made tne arrangements. In the future

servicemen and women at Silver Springs. as in the past_the Auditorium is expected to be
JACKSONVILLE; EAIIES-Buses; leave at frequent intervals I the scene of a variety of gala social affairs for both
*fcrom Union Bus Station, corner Bay and Hogan Streets. Surf bathingand Ship's Company and student personnel. With the

other recreation at one of world's finest ocean beaches. Bus I approach of the winter season, more attention U to
fare 25c.
be given to indoor recreational activities ant the

NAVY MOTIILR'S HOSTESS HOUSE, 101 East Church Street. huge indoor center, with a seating capacity of approximately

USO CENTERS at 122 West Forsyth Street; above Blanding Bus 2100, will be the locale for many of
Station; Church and Newnan Street; 311 West Duval Street. USO I them. While the affair last Friday night was called
WOMEN'S DIVISION at 43 West Monroe Street.
a "Harvest Dance," much of the atmosphere of the I.)
CANOEING, ITslHISO, AND BOATING: Cedar River on San Hallowe'en Season was in evidence in the decorations
Juan Avenue. Take Lake Shore Bus; three blocks from last stop on
.
1 Helping to make the affair a success were a
San Juan. Row Boats-two hours, 50o; canoes-$1.00 per hour; motor
boats2.00 per hour, five to eight people per boat. I number of "Vlctoryettes"' whose attendance' was arranged
I througlti the tJ O-NCCS club In Jacksonville
a ,
.
IIOIISEIIACK ICIDINO: l\UONOLU'ST.\HU.,,. San Juan Ave j r
nue and Lakeshore Blvd. $1.00 per hour 'for two hours; $1.50 per one s '
Jwur, groups of eight or ten-$1.00 for two hours. HYDE PARK ,





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-25 October- 1945 NATTC JAX AIR NEWS S SECTION Pace Eleven.. .



A Strong Navy Guarantees Peace I Excellent Training-For Military Or Civilian Life


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Throughout the nation this ; ,

week, tribute is being paid our to check any aggressor The peoples '
great Navy. It deserves all the of the world remember too l Lim Ati
praise that will be accorded It, for }
its fighting record in this war ha vividly the inadequacies of the old
inspired every American, astonished League of Nations which had no
the world, and confounded our I Instrument with which to enforce
enemies. It helped drive Hitler'I its decisions.

) U-boats from the sea. It transported I A strong post-war Navy will be I .
whole armies across both, I a double guarantee of continued :
oceans, and landed them on hostile peace. AI a part of the international -
shores. It kept the supplies moving t instrument for world security, '
to them after they had landed I lit will help discourage the cone .
It took the best battle fleets th quest-minded nations of the world 1 'i.: r rI
Japanese could send against it and before they get started. And In the
smashed them. It sailed up under event of direct and unexpected attack -
Jlirohito's very nose, bombed his on this countrywhich is almost ?r
capital city, shredded his air' force, undoubtedly the way any future : 'I't'
and stayed, In Japanese home waters war would start .it will enable -I
despite the hordes of fanatical us to defend ourselves instantly t rW \'
suicide planes that were dis- and effectively.

patched to drive it away. Today, for the first time in our ti nw i ii
We join the rest of the nationin nation's history, we have so largea a..s v
celebrating this magnificent Navy that we can decide at will ,
fighting spirit and these historic what portions of it will be main- i
Accomplishments. But this Navy tained as an active fleet and what I f
Day..-more than any other we portions will be placed in reserve, '
'D have observed be'fore.-has a deeper Instead of frantically building, we rr
and more lasting significance actually ate able to winnow out sass rp ,r
The Navy not only was a mighty the less desirable and less useful
force in winning the war, but Is units. This is our margin of safety
our greatest guarantee of a last .a'margin which will enable us
ing peace People today not only to keep our fleets at their highest
are grateful for their mighty Navy, efficiency. Let's make sure we keep
but also resolve that this strength them that way. It is our surest
shall not be dissipated now that guarantee of peace and of national
Japan has been brought to her -
lIun'lval'i
knees.In -
the words of the Honorable IN THE AEM SCHOOLS" at NATTC students get the know-how of aviation electricity-but it's

James Forrestal, Secretary of the the kind of training: which is applicable in many ways other than in aviation. In the Navy, these men I
Navy, before a Congressional Committee will use their training onalrplanes; but if and when they return to civilian life, they'll find a whole
not long ago: "With the I I field of endeavor more readily open to them for having had the highly technical draining they havereceived1

exception of the British Empire,' here
he said. "no other nation in the N TICen IWecas

world is so. dependent upon control NATTC Section I Educational Services Office Has
of the seas as is the United I
States. The fact that we have the 1Jf/-- '

an greatest accident Navy, It in is the an world accurate is not re- h Of Jax Air News ,:Variety Of Textbooks, Material

flection of the crucial importance ee -'
of sea-air power to our continued : I The sailor who doesn't have the -
existence as a free and independent Now In \Welfare I required number of points for discharge 7s "Ed for" J I
people." vSly and doesn't anticipate haying

The truth of Secretary Forres- I Supervision of the NATTC Sec them any time soon can pick StL
tal's statement must be realized by John Rlchbourg AKMSc tion of the Jax Air News this week up a wealth of knowledge whilehe f
The axe that's poised to fall November continues his tour of duty at
citizen of the United I
every States was transferred to the Welfare
1 will leave gaping holesin NATTC
if not to former
we
are repeat our
mistakes ... mistakes which have the ranks at A TTC. Lots of Department from the Office! ofI I It's practical knowledge, too,
our old buddies will be shoving off I Public Information. all the from
cost us in both dollars and lives ranging way courses
As a nation we have been involvedin for home and that's good _but, we The change was effected becauseof I in foreign languages to textbocH
I sure as h..-1 hate to be left behind
I
seven wars. And after every one on "Successful Poultry Management -
i I the Officers to the imminent separation of I II I
eligible
Among go "
of them we either scrapped ourNay Between extremes like that
at that time, or soon thereafter, I Lieut. Comdr R. W. Weeks, Public I
or allowed it to decline close' are modern textbooks, adapted
to impotency. Being a peace-loving I}' the Officer-In-Charge of the AEM i Information Officer who has I I from high school and college texts
people we have always Ignored everything I "A" School, Lt. D. L Manson the served as NATTC advisory editor written and planned specifically. for
associated with war__including supervisor of instruction, Lt. (jg) i to the Air News since The Sleeve, the GI who is in the service, has
our own armed forces. E 0, Phillips, the InstructionalAids I former training center publication, I II time on his hands, and wants to be
What has been the result of this I Officer and Lt. (jg) O. I was merged;with the Air News and better fitted to meet the rigid requirements
j'c>hcy? It has cost us military reverses Schvab, the phase officer, for phase NATTC took over the last threepaj.es I of civilian employment 4'c
It had cost us untold billions !- I 4, The enlisted personnel, number- I in the weekly station paper competition when he gets out of
close to half hundred will
of dollars ing a ,
expended in fran come from all phases. I Under the new setup, ChaplainE. the service.
tic wartime building programs. It W. Andrews will serve as NAT I II These textbooks and electric
has cost us blood and lives.It .
seems that we as a nation Roll out the drum and fife corps I TC advisory editor and the'el- phonograph records with which the
have suffered sufficiently to prove we have a hero in our midst. Head- I fare Officer, currently Lieut. I languages are taught, are all available -
: Comdr. A J. DeJulio, will be assistant at the Educational Sen'lcesOttlre
to ourselves that "the means to lines seen last week in a "Jack
wage war must be in the hands of I sonville newspaper" read "Naval I advisory editor. I located in Building 501.
those who hate war" Hero to Address Chest Meeting." Lieut. Comdr. Weeks and Chap- : There are some 4,000 books on
Ky way of contrast, a strong The item, accompanied by a picture lain Andrews this week emphasizedthat the shelves awaiting study by
post-war Navy would mean: stated that Lt. Comdr. K. W, there's a great big openingon I knowledge-hungry sailors. They
First of all, it would mean that Eppert, Naval Hero and a native the NATTC staff for anyone I cover an even 100 different sub-
we would control great reaches of Jaxon, would address the Chest with a yen to write. The staff jects. Books with a half hundred
was in both oceans, so that some i meeting under the sponsorship of member now doing a considerablepart additional titles are on the way vn/\ri/ii> mm 11 n. Mri-
-- future enemy could not bring at- the Feed Dealers Association and of the writing, makeup, etc., ,I and should be here soon KK\\.s this week took over the
tacks to our home shores. the Ladies Aid Society.: expects to be separated early in : :NATTC: advisory editorship to
I A large proportion of the books
Second, It would mean that the I Commander Eppert's tour of December, and if NATTC is to be deal with technical and scientific the Jax Air :News: Station news-
Place where we might be forcedto duty took him through the hottest properly represented in the Air I pape Supervision of the train
fight any nation who wages war part of the "Battle of Jacksonville News, new staff members must be !'[ subjects tations from to the elementary advanced presen- I ing center section of the paper
will be of our choosing and not ," and he came out unscathed. enlisted. up mOle passed from the Office of Public
but there
are others suchas
theirs I'm sure we all remember the the of many Information to the Welfare De
NAT
During early years "Establishing and
Third, control of the seas multiplies night the USS Stalwartson met TC here, the Center had its own i' Shoe Operating a I partment. _
Repair Shop "English _
the effectiveness of our land the Nishkopo in the middle of Bay y
publication, The Sleeve. Early in I
Grammar, "Treasure of Art Masterpieces
'
forces, It enables us to employ Street Straight. There was quitea '
j 1944, The Sleeve was abandoned, "Are Wars 15DayVeek Comes
Insuitable
them where they will do the most gale blowing and the Stalwartson : ,
goad, and to move them about fluidly pushed steadily ahead througha I j how ever, and space in the Air "United Nations, Today and Tomorrow NATTC Personnel
News was allotted to this "
activity. and "Melanesian
accordmg changing mill- heavy sea for the St. Johns estuary Pidgin
tary necessity. where she was to take on i I At first, two pages were devoted i: English Language Guide" I The Naval Air Technical Train
I to this section, but when the train There is at least one textbook ing Center last week adopted the
Fourth, no matter how strongour fuel. The watch sighted the Nish- on
0 land armies and air armadas kopo off the Port bow about ing program moved toward its the shelves of the Educational five-day work week which has beenin
may be, a Navy strong enough to 0100 and sounded the alarm WhenI I: peak, an additional pape was takenso Ser\'icea\ Offices covering most any effect at Malnside the past several -
command the sea is necessary to got to my GQ station an ack that activities here could be vocational interest a person might I weeks. The announcement was
enable that land and air power to ack gun amidshlp on the port side, propei ly publicized. ;have. To make selection of them I first made in the Morning Ordersof
be applied. In the European War, I could see her out there about a For the time being, the NATTC 'easier, one corner of the Technical 19 October, date the new workweek
for example, the enormous milltarymlpht mile, her huge bulk gliding Section staff will continue to function Library in Building 501 has been became effective.It .
which we had built up through they water In ghostly fash- In the annex to Building ,100. set aside for these texts which are I meant a nice, long weekendfor
in the British Isles was helpless | ion. She still hadn't seen us but but later it is planned to move the Issued by USAFI (United States those in Duty Sections 2 and
unless we and our Allies possessedthe 'everybody knew she would any i office to the New Auditorium, adjacent Armed Forces Institute, i 3 for, following their securing Fii-
Naval might to put it ashorein minute. The commander took in to the Welfare Office. While the Educational Services day afternoon, they had liberty
North Africa, naly and on the the situation at a glance. We could x program was designed primarily to privileges until Monday morning.
coast of Normandy where it ,coulddo I easily have gotten away, but although afford men an opportunity to study I Civilian personnel went on the
some good. the Nishkopo bristled with A Hundred Trek I'I'while in the service, those who shorter working schedule 15 Sep
These are the advantages, then, : guns (about three times our firepower ale about to be separated from tember. In all probability this will
which accrue to the possessor of a i ) he gave the order to From NATTCContinued the service will find it advanta- be the permanent peacetime sched
powerful peace-time Navy, so far I change course and we came to geous to visit that office if they II ule, although it is subject to
us self-protection is concerned. But grips with the mighty Nishkopo a I From Page Ten i plan to continue their education or change.
there is still another reason why I few miles off the Hogan Street if ,
: they want to obtain ---- -
high school
I we must maintain our strong sea. I Lighthouse, The, battle raged for SC3c; Donald E Gamble ACOM; I diplomas from credits which I con luJMOii ,..,
power in force. And that reason I two or three hours with the littleStalwartson Ralph C. Vaughan, AOMlc; Roland : :be recognized on the basis of training may 'Was your sailor friend heart
lies in ,the World Security Charter darting in arid out Johnson AEMlc. ; -
,i I : and experience in the Navy 1 1Lieut. | broken when you jilted him ?"
drawn up in San Francisco We' making rapier-like thrusts, one of I Lyle T Sparks, SKVlc; Richard I V. H. Albrecht, officer-in-1! I| "I should say not,he was perfectly -
have committed ourselves to the I which finally found a vital spot M. Scott, AOMT)2c( ) ; Robert Orchard |I horrid."
charge, expects the modern
language
provisions of that Charter which The Nishkopo 'islowly settled in AEMlc; Cephus Nelson, I "tthat did he do?" *
gives us a share in the responsibility the water. (All of this is of J courses to appeal to many
course,
AFClc; Weldon M. Brannen, Ylc. I An electric I I "When I gave him back the
for keeping peace in the good-natured fiction), phonograph is availablefor
I
-- individual ring he took a file out of his pocketand
world no matter who attempts aggression great possibilities. To-wit. the j jI or group use, and cut a notch on the inside"
or in what part of the Jack Cowart has his car rigged I road hog ahead, a buddy on the I the modern method of learning forelgn "What was so bad about that?"
i globe' an attempt occurs. We are, with a loud speaker hidden in the street, etc : languages, using both texts "There were five notches
I in the front end i and records, can In this there
irrevocably, ,a participant grill and a "mike" suspended ) way be ;"*
enforcement? of the treaties of just over his head.; The Ask F. E. "Junior"; i Hill to tell 'utilized. -already- ----.----
peace, ,that; are being written, and system operates from the radio you about that "httl, girl" he met Interest in the varfed ,subjects; point where an additional, -pficer-;
as a participant we are obligatedto and gives out with terrific volume one night a while back She was and opportunities off tied throughthe has been assigned Jle is Lieut .
furnish! ] material fighting power I A thing like that would have just a baby _a baby elephant. 1 office, has increased to the (jg) 1L I'. Jenkins.,
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f In Second Place-And Still In The Tournament t A TTC-Edited j War Chest Drive


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I.t "\'.., '...,*",\.,.,".' Training Books : Gets Under Way

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}I r, ,*\\ !,; ; Now Are IssuedThe i Here Next MondayChaplain


II first ot the Navy Training E W Andrews win-
t Course books edited by the Jack
has been appointed to head up thlt
sonville "Writing Team" has Just 1913 Community War Chest campaign _
been issued by the Government for NATechTraCen announces
I x Printing Office. It is"a revised thatDiision :
edition of Aircraft Metal Work,
officers will accept contributions
now being distributed throughoutthe
from enlisted
Navy via Ship Service stores personnel
in their divisions The
and respective
through educational channels
campaign will start on 29 October _)
Two other Navy Training Course and continue through 17 November
j
books written and edited entirely Contributions are not to be of

i I by Jacksonville personnel are now any fixed amount but the needsof

",,, w w i I in process of production and'should the Chest will be great thl3
: be released shortly. They are year and no contribution can be

cf i Aviation Supply and Aircraft Turrets considered too small or toe largs
o I Material for these books The Chaplain stated that regular -
came from the NTSch (Sky), the Community War Chest receiptswill
NTSch (AEM), and the NTSch be issued to all contributorsby

} (Aircraft Turrets). the division officers and all officers -
1 I The Jacksonville Writing Team are urged to make their con
is now engaged in the production tributions either directly to the
I of Course Books on Air-Sea Rescue
Chaplain or through the heads of
and on Aviation Fire Control. Lt.
I their various departments.With .
.. David Donovan, USNR, is head of
>>'t *F .;, ._. ''.II r'iif.tIIERf the local Writing Team, and Lt. rehabilitation reconver
ARE THE Ship's Company Bombers, playing headsup football after a slower start, They'rein A. F. Roberts, USNR, is in chargeof sion, and the approaching winter
the nation
facing the of
I second place in the league standing, only five tournament points behind the leaders. At extreme art and illustration for the the campaign will be "I'm keynote Glad to AGh'e" \

right are Tony Lamperelli, Sp(AJlc, and John Rymer SpAlc( They're coaching the non-student books, since the funds will be used WJ
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squad. vatSplashes "for our aimed forces, families at


I Turrets Stay On Top While Bombers : Hoopsters Next WavesContinued From home areas,"and for-the'*XL homeless h in vat



Gain Another: AEM Still Is Trauma Get Attention Of from Page Iwo Men Separating 9

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game of tennis in
wedged among

again the Those Turret last pre-season Friday School when eleven"underdogs they, turned did ,it : Football Is King NATTC Sports Fans tier Gaibed social in activities.dungarees (you Just Have Souvenirs

in their fourth win in the NATTC i I Over The WeekendI Basketball, one ot the nost popular aren't "1n" unless you own one of A war souvenir which will grow
intramural football! tournament, I I sports, got under way at NAT those long shirts, latest fashion in value the
as is Technicians
I years go by -
barely turning !back the AKM: I Nut to mentIon that very fine I TC this week when the first work lad around the barracks), Tow-
War
bit of football \\hlthUI be offered ers, Presley, Herndon and Wim- the new picture book
out was held Monday. mid-
By
School, 70. That gave the Turret which tells the story of the en
School a total of 14 tournament Saturday afternoon at Municipal November the squad is expected to brow headed for the riding sta- listed of Naval AviationAn
men
Mad in when the NAS bles for the favorite steeds. Al-
points on the basis of 3-2-1, for a m I be polished up to the point where
fliers take the though not members of additional supply of Technl
,victory tie game, and loss, respectively on I'l Tierce actual play with outside teams Hoy fiog.ers'
Amphihs there'll IK some good will begin. company. a rough ride ensued, clans War has been received at the
football here at NATTC duringthe and Heindon (after a trip around NATTC Ships Service, where the
The Turrets followed their quite- next Meek.Tomorrow Although only lew candidates the golf course previously) emerged books are on sale at one dollar d
well-established strategy of getting last week placed their 'names cm I looking badly beaten murmuring copy
what they could early m the game I heI'; I iMhool the dotted line" as being interestedin "Oh, my aching back Men soon to receive their di-.-

and staving off thrusts and pos- and !Ship's Company Bombers play, Lieut. Conidr. J, J. Gallagher Marie Cleghorn truly has a terrible charges are finding that Tcchlil-
inut the NA11C
sible scoring from then on out. on gridiron, Physical Training Officer time when two of the foot- ?ians War makes an ideal record
AEM received the opening kick-I and next: Tuesday two stud"-:uttea who will be in charge of the program ball teams play. Attached to AEM of the part played in the war by
.u* will meet AEM an I Turret -
off with the ball being placed )n said he expected several
.... School of course part of her heartis Aviation ratings. Beginning with
the 20-yard marker, the !kick having i .S( Il0t> more to show up during the week. with that team, but when the Pearl Harbor, the book covers the
into the end It's good football, untl those He formerly was head basketball
gone zone. They Bombers are on the field, there's development of the Navy's sir
sttutu strong and picked up two players aren't pulling any blocks coach and athletic director at Ni another part whkh is there with might, stressing the vital role of
first downs carrying the ball to or tackles. agara University. one lone player. trained specialists in the various

their own 45-yard stripe. There the-kickoff- ,-and-----from- --there--the In all likelihood there will be no In her excitement D. J Williams aviation branches.

they ran into trouble, however, and Bombers went on to their lone set schedule during the winter season forgot the Al-a-bam-a drawl 1 Most of the pictures in Techni-
kicked to the Turret 22-yard touchdown. A series of I Gallagher said The system to announce that Ollie had come cians War were taken by Chief
marker. The defense was strongand running followed the baseball team back to the
and 1 by during States. Mahoney'sgem Clarence White, nationally known
plays placed the !ball
Turrets had to kick-to the passes indefinite I the summer when games were however, is now at Pearl' photographer. Action photos at

AEM 46.That's. AEM scoring territory-on the "booked as we went," proved successful Harbor. sea were taken by Navy photo-
four-yard stripe, and a successful I
wncu they started their pass, Barnes to Sackett, and the same method prob And now before those midnight graphic units assigned to various
touchdown march, for Halfback was all that was for the ably will be followed- gettinggames bridge games are banned as conducive aircraft carriers
What ted AEM necessary for the sailor courtmen this to ....
insomnia
interc.fi an passon score. Fullback Fusco kicked the I we will hunt -----
hit. own :8-jard; maik and carried extra point. winter. up the latest news on the drop About the time i you learn ti>
1 the ball five yards. A pads: The squad is practicing three ping of points, and wonder "Who'snext make the most of life the most of
Tliacker to Baltich, netted 25 anda From there on out the playing times a week at present but that ?" I it is gone.

fin f down un the AEM 30. Halfback was even, although in the third may be stepped up when time for -- -- -
Lahullie, went for 10 and a period AEM threatened to score. the actual playing schedule arrives.

tiM: down, and a neat lateral, Foster The Bombers had been forced to Last year a heavy schedule of I
to Hummel, accounted for a I kick out on their own 33-yard line. games, with other air stations as
nlne-)and pro 'it Lahullier wasted The students picked up six in two well as civilian schools-including NOWIS

no time, going the 11 remaining running plays and then came the University of Florida-was

yards for the one and only touchdown I through with a beautiful pass, staged. Most of the games were
Fullback Foote kicked the Schum to Crump, with a 15-yard played in the gymnasium which
extra point. i profit and a first down on theShips probably will be he scene of the

Late in the game AEM twice I fell Company 12. Two passes games this winter THE TIME !
incomplete and two
I running -- -
threatened to score. With a kick
plays gained little and the Bombers
and a penalty they had forced Tur-
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P\V Officer
Here
ret back to their took over on their 10-yard line Is
own twoyardline
Late in the final the
and a blocked kick would period gam At Norman NATTC
tecamt a comedy of fumbles, bur
have done things, but Turret got
nave of the recoveries placed Ihj Lieut. Raymond A. Campbell,
off !a fast one to their 33-yard;
marker, and Vestre carried it back Lall in threatening scoring post I former Public Woiks Officer at

three yards Two plays netted 11 tiorThe NATTC, last week was detachedand
yards and a first down on the 19, starting lineups. transferred to NATTC at 'or- *

and three more plays carried the Bombers Pos. AEM man, Okla.
ball to the 11-yard marker. 13ut Jones LE Wedding Lieutenant Campbell became
Turret Heller LT Public Works Officer recently )
tightened, taking over the Senbert If-
ball on downs, and quickly kicked Fecho LG Frew when that activity was transferredfrom
out to the 45. Vestre dodged and I Garza C Harris Mainside to NA1TC. He had

cut back for 14 yards, placing the Davenport RG Co'X. been in the Maintenance Depart 4

ball on Turret's 31. A beautiful Hawkins UT Snjder ment here for _some... time. .I )
pass from Vestre coud have been Liddell RE Vileiv -- *
disastrous. Crump was in the end Kinsey QB Vestre HAS LONcTsEKVlCE

zone to receive it-but so was CanterburyLII Belknap C. A. McCain, who recently became
Turret's Foster and on the inter- Sackett RH Crump Chief Ship's Clerk of NAS
ception he ran the ball out to his Fusco FB Thacker Jax, came here from Port Lyau-
12-yard line. That's where the Officials: Referee, Colyer; um tey, French Morocco and has 16

game ended. pire, Kelly; head linesman, Capps.i >ears' naval service.

The starting line-ups --i t- -"--
AEM Pos. Turret Wife "Did you bee those soldiers The daily prayer: "May I soon
Wedding LE Adams staring at that Wave when she got call a floor a floor, and a w.'l a

Snyder LT Bowers on the bus ?" wal, and let us deck this 6ecktuff' a t+

Cook L3 Labat Sailor "What soldiers' .;
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FitzharrU C SilwanoviczMeacham NATTO-FOOTBALL :o.;'rUIX: (:S
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RG
O'Roark
(Through 21 October)
Batts RT Bosnian l'olllh Points Trn.t SERVt.CE'S: :
VUery RE Baltich .
Team Won Tied lost Won All'd Points ,

"' Scrum QB Foster Turret .................... ...........-.4 1 0 32 7 1 i
Thacker LHRH Lahullier Bombers ..._........." ............. 2 1 1 27 13 9
Cmmp White AE\t .. .. ...... 0 ;3 () 0 25 4
Frew FB Lastoski

Official Referee, Colyer; umpire individual scorings: : TD Pat Total

Lopei ; head linesman, Hoi- White (Turret) .... ... .................. 6 0 6

man.Earlier Lahullier .... .......... .. .. .......................... 6 0 6
in the" week, tile snips 1o'00te (Turret) ...._................................... 6 1 7 tJI )
Company Bombers more firmly en- Bender l Turret) .................................... 12 1 13 ,
., trenched themselves on the middle Donahue (Bomber) ._............................. 0 1 I

rung of the three-step ladder in the Barnes (Bomber) .............................._ 0 1 1Marek
league, defeating AEM '(:-0. (Bomber) ......."......._............... 6 0 6 COMMUNITY WAR CHESTFOR

There, again, the scoring took l"usco (llonlber) ....._....._........._......... 0 2 2 :
place early in the game-in a single Svitonek (Bomber) _.._..___=- 6 0 6 1

march from the Idckoff. Tim Slckctt: (Bomber) ........._...,...._......_ 6 0 6 JACKSONVILLE AND DUVAl COUNTY'b'
:ail' was returned to midfield 'J"
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